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Anhui Quanchai Engine to pay A shares div for FY 2017 on June 22
Anhui Quanchai Engine to pay annual cash div as 0.5 yuan per 10 shares for FY 2017
Anhui Quanchai Engine to invest in intelligent manufacturing and tech center related projects
ANHUI QUANCHAI ENGINE CO., LTD. is a China-based company mainly engaged in the research and development, manufacture and sales of engines. The Company's primary products include multi-cylinder diesel engines and single-cylinder diesel engines, which are mainly used for the manufacturing of automobiles, agricultural equipments, engineering machineries and generating units. The Company is also engaged in the sales of tubular products and other building materials. The Company mainly distributes its products in domestic and overseas markets.
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No.788, Wujingzi Road, Quanjiao County
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Secretary of the Board, Deputy General Manager
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China stocks ended higher on Thursday, extending a strong rally in the previous session, as Beijing is expected to roll out more stimulus to shore up the world's second largest economy amid external uncertainties.
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -3.8 pct, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 2.5 pct
China stocks jumped on Monday after trade talks between the United States and Beijing saw progress ahead of a March 1 deadline, and new data showed Beijing's attempts to boost investment led to record new loans in January. ** At the midday break, the Shanghai Composite index...
China's main indexes recovered losses at close on Tuesday, as Beijing's market-friendly measures helped offset investor anxiety after Washington's sweeping criminal charges against Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
Shares in China and Hong Kong climbed on Monday despite the Chinese economy reporting its slowest annual expansion in 28 years, as investors bet on Beijing to spend more to prop up growth. ** At the midday break, the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.7 percent at 2,613.53...
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