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SDIC Power's 2019 On-Grid Power Generation Up 6.8% Y/Y
SDIC Power Announces Postponement Of Proposed Listing Of GDRs
SDIC Power Confirms Intention To Float On London Stock Exchange
SDIC Power Holdings CO., LTD. is a China-based company, principally engaged in the investment, construction, operation and management of electric power plants. The Company operates hydropower plants, thermal power plants, wind power plants and photovoltaic power plants. The Company also provides consulting services. The Company conducts its businesses within domestic markets.
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Chinese power generation group SDIC Power Holdings <600886.SS> plans to offer global depositary receipts in London, it said on Tuesday, adding it will look to use the proceeds to invest further in clean energy and for global expansion.
Chinese power generation group SDIC Power Holdings launched plans to offer global depositary receipts in London on Tuesday, saying it expects to complete the deal in December this year.
Chinese power generation group SDIC <600886.SS> is pressing ahead with plans to launch an offering of global depositary receipts (GDRs) in London under a link with the Shanghai exchange, defying a dismal season for stock listings in Europe.
China's state-backed energy firm SDIC Power Holdings <600886.SS> has received government approval to issue 10% of its share capital as Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs) on the London Stock Exchange, the company said in a statement on Saturday.
China's state-backed energy firm SDIC Power Holdings has hired a pool of three banks to list in London via the newly-minted Stock Connect scheme, three sources told Reuters, a boost for Britain's status as a financial center ahead of Brexit.
China's state-backed energy firm SDIC Power Holdings has hired banks to list in London via the newly-minted Stock Connect scheme, three sources told Reuters, a boost for Britain's status as a financial centre ahead of Brexit.
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