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Suning.Com Sees Q3 Net Loss 3.9-4.3 Bln Yuan
Suning.Com's 6-Month Net Loss Widens To 3.5 Bln Yuan
Suning.Com Says Prelim H1 Net Loss 3.2 Bln Yuan
SUNING.COM CO LTD, formerly SUNING COMMERCE GROUP CO LTD, is a China-based company principally engaged in the retailing of household appliances, digital products and communication products. The Company operates businesses through three segments. The Retailing segment is engaged in the sales of communication products, small household appliances, digital and information technology (IT) service products, refrigerators, washing machines, color televisions (TVs) and air conditioners through online and offline channels, as well as the provision of installation and maintenance services. The Logistics segment is engaged in the provision of logistics services. The Finance segment is engaged in the payment business and the supply chain finance business, among others. The Company operates businesses both in domestic and overseas markets.
No. 1, Suning Avenue, Xuanwu District
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Shares in China's Suning.com jumped by a maximum 10% on Tuesday after the loss-making online retailer announced a restructuring plan that will see a state-backed fund become a major shareholder, easing investors' liquidity concerns.
Evergrande’s troubles are proving contagious. Suning.com, one of China’s best-known retailers, recently threw a financial lifeline to the embattled property developer. That added to the $10 billion company’s own debt woes. A government bailout looks imminent, but Beijing...
Chinese retailer Suning.com said on Thursday shareholders plan to sell 20% to 25% of the company to unnamed buyers which might lead to a change in control as its parent seeks to raise cash.
Shares in Chinese retailer Suning.Com Co Ltd hit a more than 10-year low, amid lingering worries over its liquidity condition despite efforts by the company to shore up investor confidence.
Carrefour boss Alexandre Bompard said he had no plans to exit other countries after the French supermarket retailer agreed to sell a majority stake in its Chinese operations to electronics retailer Suning.com.
Carrefour's talks with Chinese tech giant Tencent over a potential sale of a minority stake in its business in China are over, a spokeswoman for the French retailer said, after the company agreed a deal with rival Suning.com.
Carrefour, Europe's largest retailer, said on Sunday it had agreed to sell 80% of its Chinese operations to Chinese group Suning.com in all-cash transaction. The deal values Carrefour China at 1.4 billion euros ($1.59 billion), debt included, and is expected to close by...
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