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Dalian Energas Aims To Raise 672 Mln Yuan In Private Placement Of Shares
Dalian Energas Gas-System Plans Share Issue To Fund Acquisition, Repay Bank Loans And Replenish Capital
Dalian Energas Gas-System's Shareholders Plan To Unload Stake In The Company
Dalian Energas Gas-System Co., Ltd. is a China-based company engaged in the design, manufacture, sales and services of gas distribution and gas application related products. The Company principally provides the pressure regulating system for gas distribution, and the preprocessing system for gas power generation. Its products are divided into three categories: fuel gas distribution system; fuel gas application, including auxiliary equipment for gas turbines, pipes for gas turbines and seal pipes of steam turbines; as well as spare parts.
42# Fuquan North Road
Dalian Development Area
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Chief Financial Officer, Deputy General Manager
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Shanghai stocks on Wednesday hit their lowest close in more than six weeks amid mixed signals over the extent of progress made in the U.S.-China trade talks, while an escalation of violence in Hong Kong rattled sentiment.
China stocks fell on Monday, with the Shanghai index falling the most in more than four months, as investors remained wary about the economic health of the world's second-largest economy amid uncertainties around a proposed Sino-U.S. trade deal.
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 0.6%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 3.8%
China and Hong Kong stocks fell on Thursday morning, with risk appetite curbed by news that a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to sign an interim trade deal could be delayed.
Chinese stocks extended a rally into a third session on Tuesday, as investors cheered Beijing's latest policy easing to boost the economy after a private survey showed sluggish growth in the domestic services sector.
China stocks ended higher on Monday, helped by increasing optimism about the prospects for a Sino-U.S. trade deal.
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