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China National Building Material Sees Q3 Net Profit Attributable Of RMB678.4 Mln To RMB682.4 Mln
China National Building Material Unit Entered Into A Shareholders Agreement With Henan Investment
China National Building Material Co Posts HY Profit Attributable RMB 5.77 BLN
China National Building Material Company Limited is an investment holding company. The Company operates its business through four segments. The Cement segment is mainly engaged in the production and sale New Suspension Preheater (NSP) cement and commercial concrete. The Lightweight Building Materials segment is mainly engaged in the production and sale of dry wall and ceiling system. The Glass Fiber and Composite Materials segment is engaged in the production and sale of rotor blades, glass fiber and composite materials. The Engineering Services segment is engaged in the provision of engineering services to glass and cement manufacturers, as well as equipment procurement business.
Construction - Raw Materials
21th Floor, Tower 2, Guohai Plaza
No. 17 Fuxing Road
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President, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President
Vice President, Executive Director
Vice President, joint Company Secretary
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When the sun comes up in Beijing on Oct. 1, the Chinese government will aim to celebrate its 70th birthday under a brilliant blue sky - and factory bosses hope they can get through it without blanket closures.
At its massive Baimashan plant near the Yangtze river in eastern China, cement giant Anhui Conch <600585.SS> has invested the best part of $10 million in new equipment to capture and store climate-warming greenhouse gas produced by its kilns.
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 0.1%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 3.3%
* SSEC falls 0.7%, CSI300 1% lower; HSI hits lowest since early Jan
* Shanghai shares clock monthly loss; Hang Seng at 7-week low
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -2.5%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 2.7%
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -1.7%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 2.2%
China and Hong Kong stocks fell on Friday, tracking overnight losses on the Wall Street on mixed earnings reports, and after the European Central Bank held interest rates steady unexpectedly.
Hong Kong stocks ended slightly higher on Wednesday as prospects of fresh China-U.S. trade negotiations lifted sentiment, while investors awaited possible U.S. rate cuts this month.
China stocks rose on Wednesday, lifted by reports of progress in Sino-U.S. trade negotiations, while excitement towards Shanghai's new Nasdaq-style tech board cools down a bit.
Hong Kong shares closed lower on Thursday, as investors closely monitor corporate earnings to assess the impact of Sino-U.S. trade frictions amid uncertainty over economic prospects.
Chinese shares fell on Thursday as investors worried about the outlook for economic growth, after weak corporate earnings results out of the United States underscored the negative impact of the trade standoff between China and the United States.
* HSI financial sector sub-index flat; property sector down 0.1%
China's benchmark Shanghai Composite index was little changed in a relatively dull trade on Wednesday as investors continued to digest this week's economic data and awaited further clarity on Sino-U.S. trade negotiations and policy easing. ** At the midday break, the Shanghai...
* Trump says slower China growth shows tariffs' 'major effect'
Hong Kong shares rose on Monday after China's upbeat retail sales and factory output numbers pointed to some stabilisation in the world's second-largest economy, and as China's second-quarter economic growth met expectations.
Hong Kong stocks fell for the fourth day in a row on Tuesday, tracking weakness in global markets, as hopes of a deep rate cut by the Federal Reserve faded. ** The Hang Seng index fell 0.8%, to 28,116.28, while the China Enterprises Index lost 0.7%, to 10,650.63.
The Chinese stock market slid on Tuesday, tracking overnight weakness on Wall Street after strong U.S. jobs data dimmed hopes of a deep rate cut by the Federal Reserve, while tech shares dragged ahead of a slew of new listings on a Nasdaq-style board in Shanghai.
The Hong Kong stock market fell slightly on Friday, amid thin trade, ahead of the release of U.S. non-farm payrolls data, which could stoke or temper market expectations about an aggressive policy easing by the Federal Reserve.
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 1.4%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 2.3%
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