Zhejiang Hugeleaf Co Ltd


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Latest Developments


Zhejiang Hugeleaf Revises Plan, To Buy Back Company Shares Worth 50-100 Million Yuan

Zhejiang Hugeleaf Plans Share Buyback Worth 50-500 Mln Yuan Within Six Months

Zhejiang Hugeleaf Scraps Asset Restructuring, Trading In Shares To Resume On Oct 31


About Zhejiang Hugeleaf Co Ltd

Zhejiang Huge Leaf Co., Ltd., formerly ZHEJIANG SHENGHUA BIOK BIOLOGY CO., LTD., is a China-based company, principally engaged in the production and sales of biological pesticides, veterinary drugs, feed additives products and zirconium products. Its pesticide products include dicamba and avermectin. The Company's veterinary drugs and feed additives are mainly used in the treatment of beasts and birds, plague prevention and animal nourishing additives. Zirconium products are used in the manufacture of ceramics. It distributes its products within domestic market and to overseas markets.


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Industrial Area

Zhongguan Town, Deqing County


Executive Leadership

Peijin Shen

Chairman of the Board

Wenqiu Sun

Vice Chairman of the Board, General Manager

Haiping Qian

Vice Chairman of the Board

Chang Wu

Finance Director

Weiqun Chen

Deputy General Manager, Director

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China shares end higher after bruising October

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* Investors hopeful after regulator's promise of more liquidity

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