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Beijing Bashi Media to buy 10 pct stake in public transportation science and technology firm for 30.1 mln yuan
Beijing Bashi Media says change of accounting policy
Beijing Bashi Media says change of general manager
BEIJING BASHI MEDIA CO., LTD is a China-based company, principally engaged automobile services and advertising media businesses. The Company provides automobile services, including the operation of automobile sale, spare parts, service and survey (4S) shops, and the provision of driver training services, automobile leasing services and scrappage service. The Company operates its businesses primarily in domestic markets, with Beijing as its major market.
No. 32, Zizhuyuan Road, Haidian District
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Stocks in China and Hong Kong closed lower on Wednesday amid fresh signs of economic slowdown and as analysts cast doubt over the latest government effort to boost consumption. ** The Shanghai Composite index settled 0.7 percent lower at 2,575.58 points. ** The blue-chip...
China stocks ended lower on Monday as downbeat industrial profit data reinforced concerns about a slowing economy and dashed hopes that the new head of the country's securities regulator could help boost a struggling market.
China stocks rose on Monday morning, amid hopes that leadership changes at the country's securities watchdog could breathe life into a struggling market, but gains were capped by downbeat industrial profit data.
China stocks rose on Friday, helped by strength in banking shares, after regulators unveiled measures to help lenders replenish capital, but lingering worries over Sino-U.S. trade talks and economic health capped gains.
Stocks in Mainland China and Hong Kong rose on Friday after regulators announced new measures to beef up Chinese banks' capital strengths, as economic growth cools at home and abroad. ** At the midday break, the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.6 percent at 2,606.58 points...
Shares in China edged lower in choppy trading on Wednesday as a continued selloff on Wall Street and a plunge in oil prices stirred uncertainty over the global economy.
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