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China National Materials Co Ltd (1893.HK)

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China National Materials Expects ‍Net Profit Attributable For 2017 To Increase​
Tuesday, 16 Jan 2018 

Jan 16 (Reuters) - China National Materials Co Ltd <1893.HK>::EXPECTS ‍NET PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE FOR 2017 TO INCREASE AS COMPARED TO PCP ​.EXPECTED RESULT DUE TO AN INCREASE IN COMPANY'S OVERALL PROFITABILITY.  Full Article

Xinjiang Tianshan Cement to appoint corporate auditor for 2017
Wednesday, 10 Jan 2018 

Jan 10(Reuters) - Xinjiang Tianshan Cement Co Ltd <000877.SZ>:Says it plans to appoint ShineWing Certified Public Accountants as corporate auditor for 2017.  Full Article

China National Building Material Receives Approval To List Shares For Sinoma Deal
Friday, 29 Dec 2017 

Dec 29 (Reuters) - China National Building Material Co Ltd <3323.HK>::‍UPDATES REGARDING MERGER OF CNBM AND SINOMA CONDITIONAL LISTING APPROVAL​.RECEIVED APPROVAL FROM STOCK EXCHANGE TO LIST CNBM H SHARES TO BE ISSUED AS CONSIDERATION FOR SHARE EXCHANGE.  Full Article

China National Building Material Updates On Merger With Sinoma
Thursday, 21 Dec 2017 

Dec 21 (Reuters) - China National Building Material Co Ltd <3323.HK>::REFERS TO ‍MERGER OF CHINA NATIONAL BUILDING MATERIAL CO AND SINOMA​.RECEIVED "NOTICE OF REVIEW RESULTS" FROM ANTI-MONOPOLY BUREAU OF MINISTRY OF COMMERCE OF PRC REGARDING MERGER.‍NOTICE STATES ANTI- MONOPOLY BUREAU DECIDED MERGER IS NOT PROHIBITED & CAN BE IMPLEMENTED.  Full Article

China National Building Materials Group Corporation (CNBM) to raise stake in Sinoma Science and Technology to 60.24 pct
Wednesday, 20 Dec 2017 

Dec 20 (Reuters) - Sinoma Science and Technology Co Ltd <002080.SZ> ::Says China National Building Materials Group Corporation (CNBM) will raise stake in the company to 60.24 percent from 0 due to a merger .  Full Article

China National Building Material says SASAC agreed to Sinoma merger
Thursday, 23 Nov 2017 

Nov 23 (Reuters) - China National Building Material Ltd <3323.HK>::Updates on merger of CNBM and Sinoma​.State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of State Council agreed to merger​.  Full Article

Ningxia Building Materials Group units to set up cement JV and invest 39.9 mln yuan in cement grinding system project
Friday, 17 Nov 2017 

Nov 17 (Reuters) - Ningxia Building Materials Group Co Ltd <600449.SS>:Says Wuhai-based cement unit will invest 9.7 million yuan to set up an Inner Mongolia-based cement JV with partners and hold 9.7 percent stake in the JV after transaction .Says Ningxia-based cement unit will invest 39.9 million yuan in cement grinding system update project .  Full Article

China National Building Material updates on proposed merger with Sinoma​
Monday, 6 Nov 2017 

Nov 6 (Reuters) - China National Building Material Co Ltd <3323.HK>::Fair Trade Commission in South Korea granted its anti-trust approval for merger with Sinoma​.  Full Article

China National Materials Co posts 9-month net profit attributable of RMB1.13 bln
Friday, 20 Oct 2017 

Oct 20 (Reuters) - China National Materials Co Ltd <1893.HK>:9-month operating revenue RMB 40.63 bln versus RMB 35.31 bln‍​.9-month net profit attributable RMB1.13 billion versus RMB436.3 mln‍​.  Full Article

Ningxia Building Materials Group sees Q1 to Q3 FY 2017 net profit up 210 pct to 230 pct
Wednesday, 11 Oct 2017 

Oct 11(Reuters) - Ningxia Building Materials Group Co Ltd <600449.SS>:Sees Q1 to Q3 FY 2017 net profit to increase by 210 percent to 230 percent.Says Q1 to Q3 FY 2016 net profit was 88.5 million yuan .Says increased sales and price of cement as the main reason for the forecast .  Full Article

China state-controlled building materials takeover plan wins shareholders' nod

SHANGHAI, Dec 6 A proposed takeover of China National Materials (Sinoma) by China National Building Material Co (CNBM) as part of a government plan to streamline giant state firms has been approved by shareholders of the two firms, the companies said on Wednesday.