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China Telecom Corp Ltd is a China-based company mainly engaged in telecommunications and related businesses. The Company's main business includes mobile telecommunications services, wireline and smart family services, industrial digital services, and commodity sales. The Company's mobile telecommunications services business mainly includes mobile voice, handset Internet access, and mobile value-added services. The Company's Wireline and smart family services business mainly include fixed-line telephone, wireline broadband and smart home services. The Company's industrial digital business mainly includes industry cloud, Internet data center (IDC), digital platform, network dedicated line, Internet of Things and other businesses. The Company's commodity sales business refers to the company's sales of mobile terminal equipment and wireline communication equipment to users. The Company distributes its products within the domestic market.
31, Jinrong Street, Xicheng District
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Joint Company Secretary
President, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Executive Director, Secretary of the Board
Executive Vice President, Executive Director
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China Telecom Corp surged 34% on its Shanghai debut on Friday, defying a bearish market after raising $7.3 billion in the world's biggest stock listing so far this year.
China Telecom Corp opened at 4.79 yuan in its Shanghai debut, compared with its offering price of 4.53 yuan.
Listing shares on the New York Stock Exchange may carry prestige, but state-owned Chinese companies may offer better value in a new home. China Telecom is one of four such groups officially booted from the Big Board in May, months after the Trump administration deemed they...
Three Chinese telecommunications companies said on Friday they will be delisted by the New York Stock Exchange in line with U.S. investment restrictions dating to last year.
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Hong Kong-listed China Telecom Corp, the state-owned wireless carrier blacklisted by Washington, said on Tuesday it plans to sell shares in Shanghai to broaden its financing channels.
Telecom companies China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd, China Mobile and China Telecom Corp said on Thursday they had requested the New York Stock Exchange to review its decision to delist their American depositary shares.
BlackRock has sold almost all its stake in China Telecom, a company subject to a new ban on U.S. investment, a stock market filing on Friday showed.
The world's biggest asset manager, Blackrock Inc, sold almost all its shares in China Telecom this week at a hefty discount, stock market filings showed on Friday.
Index providers MSCI Inc, FTSE Russell and S&P Dow Jones Indices said they would cut three Chinese telecom companies from benchmarks, part of a widening fallout from a U.S. investment ban that has battered their share prices.
Global index publisher said it will delete China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom Hong Kong from its global indexes.
S&P Dow Jones Indices said on Wednesday it will no longer remove ADRs of three Chinese telecom giants from its benchmarks after the New York Stock Exchange said this week it no longer plans to delist them.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin phoned New York Stock Exchange President Stacey Cunningham to tell her he disagrees with the NYSE's decision to reverse course on delistings of three Chinese telecoms firms, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
The New York Stock Exchange said on Monday it no longer intends to move forward with the delisting of China Mobile Ltd, China Telecom Corp Ltd and China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd.
Shares in China's three biggest telecoms companies fell as much as 5% in Hong Kong on Monday, the first trading session since the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) said it would delist the firms in a move China branded unwise and oppressive.
China will take "necessary measures" to safeguard the interests of its companies after the New York Stock Exchange began delisting three Chinese telecom firms that Washington says have military ties, the country's commerce ministry said on Saturday.
The New York Stock Exchange is starting the process of delisting securities of three Chiense telecom companies, China Telecom Corporation Limited, China Mobile Limited and China Unicom (Hong Kong) Limited, it said in a statement https://ir.theice.com/press/news-details/2020...
Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Friday U.S. claims about risks to national security were completely false, following a U.S. decision to halt China Telecom U.S. operations.
The Federal Communications Commision (FCC) asked the Justice Department and other U.S. agencies to detail if China Unicom's continued U.S operations pose national security risks, according to a letter released Friday.
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