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Yonghui Superstores' Board Elects Chief Executive Officer
Yonghui Superstores Bought Back 2.7 Bln Yuan Worth Of Company Shares
Yonghui Superstores' Chairman Plans To Increase Shareholdings In The Company
YONGHUI SUPERSTORES CO., LTD. is a China-based company, principally engaged in the operation of regular chain supermarkets. The Company primarily engages in the dealing of fresh meat products, agricultural products, processed foods, daily necessities, clothing, household appliances, electronic products and imported goods, among others. The Company operates its businesses principally through the operation of general merchandise stores, superstores and supermarkets, among others. The Company is also engaged in the provision of related services. The Company mainly conducts its businesses within domestic markets.
No. 436, West 2nd Ring Middle Road
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