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Sichuan Languang Dev's Controlling Shareholder Cuts Holding To 53.3%
Sichuan Languang Dev Swings To 6-Month Net Loss 4.7 Bln Yuan
Sichuan Languang Says Controlling Shareholder's 7.7% Stake Will Be Auctioned In Sept
SICHUAN LANGUANG DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD. mainly operates business through real estate development and operation, modern service industry, 3 dimension (3D) bio-printing and medical segment. The Real Sstate Development & Operation segment has more than 100 development projects in nearly 20 cities in China. The Modern Service Industry segment provides property service based modern services through the subsidiary, Sichuan JUSTBON Asset Management Group Co., Ltd. The 3D Bio-printing segment is involved in the application of 3D bio-printing technology through the subsidiary, Sichuan Revotek Bio-technology Co., Ltd. The Medical segment is involved in the research and development, production and sales of medicine and medical instruments through the subsidiary, Chengdu Dikang Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Xixin Avenue, (West Zone) Hi-tech Zone
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The debt crisis engulfing China Evergrande Group has begun to dent homebuyer sentiment and force developers to cut prices, signalling deeper consequences for the world's No.2 economy and a consolidation in the overcrowded property sector.
Shares and bonds of China Evergrande, the country's most indebted developer, stayed in the red on Tuesday as worries over its financial health persisted even after a local housing authority removed an earlier sales suspension at two real estate projects.
Shares and bonds in China Evergrande, the country's most indebted developer, plunged on Monday after news a Chinese court had frozen one of its bank accounts deepened concern over the impact of Beijing's deleveraging drive.
Chinese regulators want property developers to disclose details of rapidly growing commercial paper issuance in their monthly reports, said three sources, as part of Beijing's move to rein in ballooning debt in the property sector as the economy slows.
* Gains in Shanghai stocks led by Sichuan Languang Development Co
* Analysts expect Chinese leadership's support for ailing economy
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