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Aerosun elects chairman, appoints general manager and CFO
Aerosun to pay FY 2016 annual div on June 28
Aerosun says Yang Jianwu resigns from general manager
Aerosun Corporation. is a China-based company principally engaged in the machinery and equipment related businesses. The Company's main businesses include the manufacturing and sales of special equipments, sanitation equipments, flexible pipe fittings, chemical machineries and art engineering products. The Company's main products include military special vehicles, civil aviation special fuel trucks, transport refueling vehicles, emergency satellite communication vehicles, compressed garbage trucks, sprinklers, suction sewage trucks, metal hoses, automotive flexible tubes, nonmetal expansion joints, marine hoses, pressure vessels and cryogenic storage and transportation equipments. The Company mainly operates its businesses in domestic and overseas markets.
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No.188 Tianyuan Middle Road
Jiangning Economic and Tchlgcl Dev Zn
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* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -2.2%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 0.2%
China stocks fell on Wednesday, weighed down by persistent economic concerns and worries over the outlook for trade ahead of lower-level talks between Washington and Beijing. ** The blue-chip CSI300 index fell 0.6 percent to 3,307.95 points, while the Shanghai Composite...
Saudi Arabia's King Salman oversaw the signing of deals worth as much as $65 billion (53 billion pounds) on the first day of a visit to Beijing on Thursday, as the world's largest oil exporter looks to cement ties with the world's second-largest economy.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman oversaw the signing of deals worth as much as $65 billion on the first day of a visit to Beijing on Thursday, as the world's largest oil exporter looks to cement ties with the world's second-largest economy.
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