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About CNNC International Limited

CNNC International Limited is an investment holding company principally engaged in the sale of electronics and other products. Together with its subsidiaries, the Company operates business through three segments. The Supply Chain segment is involved in the sale of electronics and other products, including the trading of liquid crystal displays, flash drives, memory cards and others, and the provision of supply chain services. The Trading of Mineral Property segment is engaged in the trading of uranium. The Exploration and Selling of Mineral Properties segment is engaged in the exploration and trading of uranium.

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Unit 3009

30th Floor, 118 Connaught Road West


Executive Leadership

Chaodong Yang

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Lei Cheng

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Sau Yan Li

Financial Controller, Company Secretary

Zhihuang Li

Non-Executive Director

Liguo Cui

Independent Non-Executive Director

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UPDATE 1-Bulgaria invites Russia, China and S. Korea to invest in its nuclear project

Bulgaria will invite Russia's Rosatom, China's CNNC and Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co to file binding offers to become strategic investors in its 10 billion euro ($11.1 billion) Belene nuclear power project by the end of April, its energy minister said.

Bulgaria shortlists five companies for Belene nuclear plant

Bulgaria will invite Russia's Rosatom, China's CNNC and Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co to file binding offers as strategic investors in its Belene nuclear power plant project by the end of April, the energy minister said on Thursday. Temenizhka Petkova said invites will...

Brazil narrows field to China, Russia, France for Angra 3 nuclear partner

(This October 23 story corrects paragraph 8; Westinghouse owned by Brookfield Business Partners, not Toshiba Corp as erroneously reported)

Russia, China and South Korea vie for Bulgarian nuclear project

State run energy companies from Russia, China and South Korea are among seven groups interested in becoming strategic investors in Bulgaria's Belene nuclear power project, the Balkan nation's energy minister said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Bulgaria nuclear project attracts China and S.Korea interest-sources

State-run companies from China and South Korea have applied to be strategic investors in Bulgaria's revived Belene nuclear project, two industry sources familiar with the process said on Monday after Russia's Rosatom said it wanted to take part.

Bulgaria seeks investors to build Belene nuclear plant

Bulgaria is seeking a strategic investor for its revived Belene nuclear power project on the Danube, which is estimated will cost at least 10 billion euros ($11.24 billion).

Bulgaria hopes to pick investor for nuclear plant by end of 2019

Bulgaria plans to open a tender to pick a strategic investor for its revived Belene nuclear power project on the Danube next month and to pick a winner by the end of 2019, Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova said on Friday.

Bulgaria to invite Framatome, others to invest in Belene nuclear project

Bulgaria will seek initial expressions of interest from four foreign firms to invest in a revived project to build a nuclear power plant on the Danube, its energy minister said on Wednesday.

Factbox: China regulator okays state-brokered nuclear deal

China's state asset regulator on Wednesday approved the proposed merger of China Nuclear Engineering & Construction (CNEC) and China National Nuclear Corp (CNNC), forming a company with assets worth about $100 billion and a workforce of 150,000.

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