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Guizhou Changzheng Tiancheng Holding, Executives Fined And Reprimanded By Securities Regulator
Guizhou Changzheng Tiancheng's General Manager Resigns
Guizhou Changzheng Tiancheng Questioned By Shanghai Exchange Over Selling Holdings In Unit
GUIZHOU CHANGZHENG TIANCHENG HOLDING CO.,LTD. mainly operates through three segments, including Electrical Equipment Manufacture segment, Financial segment and Mineral Resource Development segment. Electrical Equipment Manufacture segment is involved in the manufacture and distribution of high-voltage and medium-voltage electrical equipment. Financial segment provides financial services for small and micro merchants. Mineral Resource Development segment is engaged in the exploration, processing, refining and import and export trading of mineral resources, with zirconium and ilmenite concentrate as its main products. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets.
Electronic Instr. & Controls
Changzheng Electric Industrial Park
Wuhan Road, Huichuan District
Chairman of the Board, General Manager
Vice Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Deputy General Manager
Deputy General Manager, Director
Executive Deputy General Manager, Director
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China stocks fell on Friday morning, after a private survey showed the country's manufacturing activity grew at the weakest pace in five months in November as input costs remained high and tougher pollution measures weighed on business confidence.
Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng Index broke through the 30,000 point-mark on Wednesday for the first time in 10 years, amid signs Chinese investors are stepping up buying Hong Kong blue chips such as Tencent. China stocks also rose.
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