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Zhangjiagang Freetrade Science & Technology Elects Chairman, To Sell Stake In Jiangsu Chemical Exchange
Zhangjiagang Freetrade Science & Technology To Buy Chengdu LandTop Technology Via Share Issue
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Zhangjiagang Freetrade Science & Technology Group Co., Ltd., formerly ZHANGJIAGANG FREETRADE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD., is a China-based company principally engaged in the provision of warehousing services in terminals. The Company's primary businesses include liquid chemicals storage, terminal handling and transportation agents. The Company is also engaged in the trading of chemicals and the capital investment businesses through its subsidiaries.
27-28F, Jiangsu Chemical Trade Ctr Mnsn
No. 8, Jingang Road
Zhangjiagang Free Trade Zone
Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer
Deputy General Manager, Director
Deputy General Manager
Secretary of the Board, Director
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* China says U.S. needs to fix 'wrong actions' as Huawei ban rattles supply chains
* China's industrial profit pick up in March with a 13.9 pct rise
China stocks fell on Wednesday morning, amid new signs the central bank is putting on hold broad policy easing measures, dashing hopes for fresh large-scale liquidity pumps into the financial system.
* China March exports rebound to 5-mth high but imports fall more than expected
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used -0.1 pct, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 0.9 pct
Zhangjiagang Freetrade Science & Technology Group Co Ltd:
China stocks fell on Thursday, pressured by selling of real estate and financial shares, as investors booked profits in sector leaders that had stellar gains this year.
Hong Kong stocks fell on Thursday, led by tech firms tracking falls in high-flying technology shares on the Wall Street, and weighed down by losses in mainland China markets.
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