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Guangdong Liantai Environmental Protection says dividend payment date on July 10
Guangdong Liantai Environmental Protection to invest 55 mln yuan to set up Shenzhen-based tech company with partner
Guangdong Liantai Environmental Protection says change of accounting policy
Guangdong Liantai Environmental Protection Co., Ltd. is a China-based company principally engaged in the investment, construction, operation and management of urban sewage treatment facilities. The Company’s main business is primarily engaged in providing urban sewage treatment services in local governments authorized franchising regions, as well as operation and maintenance of sewage treatment facilities projects. The Company mainly conducts its businesses in Guangdong Province and Hunan Province.
Waste Management Services
Longzhu Water Purification Plant
Huangcuowei, Zhongshan East Road
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Chinese stocks fell on Monday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite index posting its biggest daily loss in more than two months, as investors scaled back expectations for sharp U.S. rate cuts and a slew of new listings this week weighed on tech shares. ** At the close,...
China shares fell on Monday amid continued investor uncertainty over the outlook for Sino-U.S. trade, monetary policy and corporate earnings, while tech firms came under pressure ahead of listings on China's new high-tech board.
Chinese shares jumped in heavy trade on Monday after the United States and China agreed to restart trade negotiations and Washington said it would postpone further tariffs, offering investors hope of a resolution to the increasingly damaging trade war.
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