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China Zhongwang Announces Termination Of Proposed Spin-Off Of Liaoning Zhongwang
China Zhongwang Holdings Says Profit For Year RMB1.84 Bln
China Zhongwang Holdings Says HY Revenue RMB8.66 Bln
China Zhongwang Holdings Limited is principally engaged in the manufacturing and sales of aluminum products. The Company operates through four business segments: aluminum extrusion products for industrial markets, aluminum deep-processed products, aluminum extrusion products for construction markets and aluminum flat-rolled products. The Company is also involved in the investment holding, the manufacturing of machinery and special vehicle and parts, as well as the provision of financial services through its subsidiaries.
Misc. Fabricated Products
No. 299, Wensheng Road
Executive Chairman of the Board, President
Man Tat Kot
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President, Executive Director
Vice President, Company Secretary
Executive Director, Chairman of Tianjin Zhongwang
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* FY PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE RMB3.02 BILLION VERSUS RMB4.20 BILLION
Aluminium firm China Zhongwang Holdings said on Tuesday it agreed a deal with Chinese real estate company CRED Holding that would see Zhongwang list its key extrusions business on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
China Zhongwang Holdings said on Sunday it was seeking legal advice after the company and its controlling shareholder, Liu Zhongtian, were indicted on charges they evaded $1.8 billion of tariffs by smuggling aluminum into the United States.
China Zhongwang Holdings said on Sunday it was seeking legal advice after the company and its controlling shareholder, Liu Zhongtian, were accused of evading $1.8 billion of tariffs by smuggling aluminium into the United States.
A Chinese billionaire has been indicted by a grand jury on charges he schemed with the aluminum company he founded to evade $1.8 billion of tariffs by smuggling huge amounts of the metal into the United States, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday.
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