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Inner Mongolia Eerduosi Resources' 9-Mth Net Profit Up 84.1%
Inner Mongolia Eerduosi Resources' H1 Net Profit Up 97.0% Y/Y
Inner Mongolia Eerduosi Resources Says 2018 Net Profit Up 77.2 Percent Y/Y
Inner Mongolia Eerduosi Resources Co., Ltd. is a China-based company, principally engaged in the manufacture and distribution of cashmere apparels, as well as coal electricity and metallurgy business. The Company operates its businesses through smelting of ferrosilicon, coal mining and processing, electric power generation and distribution, as well as the manufacture and distribution of cashmere products. The Company provides cashmere sweaters, ferrosilicon, calcium carbide, coal, silicon manganese alloy and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. The Company distributes its products within domestic markets and to overseas markets.
Iron & Steel
Cashmere Industrial Park
Hantai Town, Dongsheng District
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Chief Financial Officer
Yi Ling Zhang
General Manager, Director
Secretary of the Board, Director
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China stocks fell on Friday, leaving main indexes down for the week, as investors responded to China's hike in market interest rates by taking profits in sectors that have had robust gains this year.
China stocks fell for a second straight day on Tuesday as investors assessed the impact of sweeping new guidelines to reduce risks in the country's asset management business.
Chinese shares tumbled on Thursday with the blue-chip index suffering its worst fall in nearly 1-1/2 years as worries about a selloff in the bond market bled into equities.
China stocks were on track to post their biggest one-day percentage loss in over three months on Thursday amid signs of tighter liquidity. But Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index remained firm, after climbing above the 30,000 point-mark on Wednesday for the first time in a decade...
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