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China Jushi Co Ltd (600176.SS)

600176.SS on Shanghai Stock Exchange

10.47CNY
18 Dec 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

China Jushi's 9-Month Net Profit Up 23.3 Percent Y/Y At 1.9 Billion Yuan
Thursday, 18 Oct 2018 

Oct 18 (Reuters) - China Jushi Co Ltd <600176.SS>::SAYS 9-MONTH NET PROFIT UP 23.3 PERCENT Y/Y AT 1.9 BILLION YUAN ($273.89 million).  Full Article

China Jushi's H1 Profit Up, Signs Financial Services Agreement With Sinoma's JV
Sunday, 19 Aug 2018 

Aug 19 (Reuters) - China Jushi Co Ltd <600176.SS>::SAYS H1 NET PROFIT UP 25.9 PERCENT Y/Y AT 1.3 BILLION YUAN ($189.12 million).SAYS ITS CHENGDU UNIT PLANS TO INVEST ABOUT 3.1 BILLION YUAN IN GLASS FIBRE RELATED PRODUCTION PROJECT.SAYS IT SIGNS FINANCIAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH SINOMA'S FINANCE JV TO BROADEN COMPANY'S FINANCING CHANNELS.  Full Article

China Jushi Expects Q1 Net Profit To Rise At Least 30 Pct Y/Y From 470.3 Mln Yuan Year Ago
Monday, 26 Mar 2018 

March 26 (Reuters) - China Jushi Co Ltd <600176.SS>::SAYS IT EXPECTS Q1 NET PROFIT TO RISE AT LEAST 30 PERCENT Y/Y FROM 470.3 MILLION YUAN ($74.70 million) YEAR AGO.  Full Article

China Jushi's 9-month net profit up 35.88 pct y/y
Wednesday, 11 Oct 2017 

Oct 11 (Reuters) - China Jushi Co Ltd <600176.SS>:Says 9-month net profit up 35.88 percent y/y at 1.55 billion yuan ($235.09 million).  Full Article

China Jushi's H1 net profit up, plans India project and investment in production upgrade
Thursday, 17 Aug 2017 

Aug 17 (Reuters) - China Jushi Co Ltd <600176.SS>:Says H1 net profit up 32.1 percent y/y.Ssays it and unit plan to set up project JV in India for glass fibre project with total investment at $245.6 million.Says unit plans to invest a combined 526.0 million yuan ($78.84 million) in production upgrade.  Full Article

FACTBOX-Chinese companies affected by the Sino-U.S. trade war

Sept 12 Since March, the United States has levied taxes on Chinese imports of aluminium and steel, and the world's two largest economies have applied tariffs to $50 billion of each other's goods. New duties on $200 billion of Chinese imports will start to hit consumer products directly, including furniture, lighting products, tyres, bicycles and car seats for babies. Below are some companies whose businesses have or will be affected by U.S. tariffs, based on their fi