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China Longyuan Power Group Entered Investment Agreement With Jilin Longhua
China Longyuan Power Group Corp Posts Oct Power Generation On Consol Basis Of 4.5 Mln Mwh
China Longyuan Power Group Announces New Financial Services Agreement
China Longyuan Power Group Corporation Limited is a Hong Kong-based investment holding company principally engaged in the operation of power plants and the generation of electric power. The Company operates its businesses through two segments. The Wind Power segment is engaged in the construction, management and operation of wind power plants, as well as the generation of electric power for sales to power grid companies. The Coal Power segment is engaged in the construction, management and operation of coal power plants, as well as the generation of electric power for sales to power grid companies. This segment is also engaged in the trading of coal. Other businesses of the Company include the manufacture and sales of power equipment, the provision of consulting services, the provision of maintenance and training services to wind power enterprises, as well as other renewable power generation.
20F,Tower C,International Invst plaza,
6-9 Fuchengmen North Street,Xicheng Dist
Executive Chairman of the Board
Vice President, Board Secretary and Joint Company Secretary
Vice President, Chairman of Labour Union
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Hong Kong stocks followed Asian markets higher on Friday, with sentiment aided by strong Wall Street earnings and a step forward on U.S. tax reform.
Shanghai's stock market fell on Friday, on track to post its biggest weekly loss in three months, with sentiment soured by a sharp correction in alcohol producer Kweichou Moutai, seen as a bellwether among Chinese blue chips.
Hong Kong stocks firmed on Thursday, helped by index heavyweight Tencent Holdings, which climbed to a record closing high after posting solid third-quarter results.
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