Xishui Strong Year Co Ltd Inner Mongolia


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Xishui Strong Year Says Insurance Unit's Jan-Oct Premium Income 12.96 Bln Yuan

Xishui Swings To Net Loss Of 1.6 Bln Yuan In 9-Mth

Xishui Strong Year Says Insurance Unit's Jan-Sept Premium Income Totalled 11.7 Bln Yuan


About Xishui Strong Year Co Ltd Inner Mongolia

Xishui Strong Year Co.,Ltd Inner Mongolia is primarily engaged in cement and clinker manufacturing, as well as the provision of insurance business. The Insurance Business generates income from providing auto insurance, non-motor vehicle insurance, as well as accident and health insurance, among others. The Company mainly operates within domestic market.


Construction - Raw Materials

Contact Info

No. 4-21 Shijingyuan West, Haibo Bay


Executive Leadership

Yufeng Guo

Chairman of the Board, General Manager

Shaohua Li

Vice Chairman of the Board

Xin Tian

Chief Financial Officer

Junfeng Ma

Deputy General Manager

Hongwei Su

Secretary of the Board, Director

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Latest News

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China stocks rally on stimulus hopes, trade talks; Hong Kong up

* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 9.5%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 3.4%

China stocks rise ahead of Sino-U.S. trade talks

China stocks rose on Thursday, aided by an afternoon rally in technology shares as a U.S. trade delegation arrived in Beijing for key talks over tariffs and other issues.

CORRECTED-China, HK stocks fall ahead of Sino-U.S. trade talks

China stocks, which resumed trading after the Labour Day holiday, fell on Wednesday morning, as investors braced for trade talks between U.S. and Chinese officials amid concerns over economic growth. Hong Kong shares were also down.

BRIEF-Brokerage unit of Xishui Strong Year posts Jan-Oct premium income of 11.6 bln yuan

* Says brokerage unit's Jan-Oct premium income totalled 11.6 billion yuan ($1.75 billion)

BRIEF-Xishui Strong Year's unit gets regulatory approval to issue up to 12 bln yuan bonds

* Says unit gets insurance regulator approval to issue up to 12 billion yuan ($1.76 billion) bonds

FACTBOX-Chinese executives caught up in Xi's corruption crackdown

Numerous executives at big Chinese companies have been subject to investigation or prosecution in recent years, amid a broader crackdown on corruption led by President Xi Jinping that has ensnared tens of thousands of officials.

BRIEF-Xishui Strong Year's insurance unit posts Jan-May premium income at 6.1 bln yuan

* Says insurance unit's premium income at 6.1 billion yuan ($897.49 million) in Jan-May

BRIEF-Xishui Strong Year's brokerage unit posts Jan-April premium income at 5.02 bln yuan

* Says brokerage unit's premium income at 5.02 billion yuan ($728.07 million) in January-April

BRIEF-Xishui Strong Year says insurance unit's Jan premium income at 1.5 bln yuan

* Says insurance unit's January premium income at 1.5 billion yuan ($218.55 million)

China stocks gains curbed by central bank's tightening; Hong Kong up

* Insurers rebound on bargain-hunting despite weak treasury prices

Missing China tycoon's company says 'operating as normal,' shares slump

Listed firms controlled by Tomorrow Holdings, the company run by missing Chinese-born businessman Xiao Jianhua, slumped on Friday, despite the parent group saying its businesses were all operating normally.

China stocks fall as central bank tightens policy, raises short-term rates

China stocks snapped a five-day winning streak on Friday after Beijing unexpectedly raised short-term interest rates on the first trading day after the Lunar New Year holiday, in a further sign it has moved to a tightening policy bias.

China and Hong Kong stocks fall, policy tightening unnerves

China stocks eased on Friday morning, with investors unnerved after Beijing unexpectedly raised short-term interest rates on the first trading day after the Lunar New Year holiday.

China stocks rise to fresh 3-week high on stimulus hopes

China stocks rose again on Wednesday to a fresh three-week high, as demand for infrastructure shares helped the market maintain a rebound fuelled by economic stimulus hopes, although some analysts warned the relief rally could soon peter out.

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