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G-Resources Group Ltd (1051.HK)

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CST Group Announces Disposal Of Shares In G-Resources Group Limited
Monday, 21 May 2018 

May 21 (Reuters) - CST Group Ltd <0985.HK>::ANNOUNCES DISPOSAL OF SHARES IN G-RESOURCES GROUP LIMITED.UNIT SOLD 3.82 BILLION G-RESOURCES SHARES TO PX CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LTD FOR HK$267.5 MILLION.GROUP IS EXPECTED TO RECOGNIZE AN UNAUDITED LOSS OF ABOUT HK$126 MILLION FROM DISPOSAL.  Full Article

G-Resources Group's Unit Enters Agreement To Subscribe For Limited Partner Interest In Fund
Tuesday, 24 Apr 2018 

April 24 (Reuters) - G-Resources Group Ltd <1051.HK>::SMART BLEND LTD, UNIT ENTERS AGREEMENT TO SUBSCRIBE FOR LIMITED PARTNER INTEREST IN FUND FOR A CAPITAL COMMITMENT OF US$50 MILLION.  Full Article

Jiyuan Packaging Holdings announces 2017 dividend payment
Tuesday, 20 Mar 2018 

March 20 (Reuters) - Jiyuan Packaging Holdings Ltd <8488.TW>:Says it will use undistributed profit to pay cash dividend of T$0.2 per share to shareholders for 2017.Says it will use additional paid-in capital to distribute T$1 per share.Says it will pay cash dividend of T$81 million in total .  Full Article

G-Resources Group issues positive profit alert<1051.HK>
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016 

G-Resources Group Ltd <1051.HK>: Positive profit alert <1051.HK> . Is expected that group will record an increase in profit attributable to owners of the company of not less than 200% for the six months ended 30 June 2016 . Says expected result attributed to a gain on disposal of the company's interest in the martabe mine and other companies .  Full Article

China's Pengxin in talks to buy Indonesian gold mine Martabe: WSJ

China's Pengxin International Mining Co Ltd is in advanced talks to buy Indonesian gold and silver mine Martabe from a consortium led by EMR Capital, for about $1.5 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing sources.