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Markor International Home Furnishings Co Ltd (600337.SS)

600337.SS on Shanghai Stock Exchange

5.71CNY
19 Jun 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Markor International Home Furnishings to pay cash dividend of 1.1 yuan per 10 shares (before tax) for 2017
Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018 

April 17(Reuters) - Markor International Home Furnishings Co Ltd <600337.SS>:Says it plans to pay cash dividend of 1.1 yuan per 10 shares (before tax) to shareholders for 2017 .  Full Article

Markor And Units Acquire Stakes In M.U.S.T. Holdings And Rowe Fine Furniture
Sunday, 7 Jan 2018 

Jan 7 (Reuters) - Markor International Home Furnishings Co Ltd <600337.SS>::SAYS IT AND UNITS ACQUIRE STAKES IN TWO FOREIGN FIRMS M.U.S.T. HOLDINGS LIMITED AND ROWE FINE FURNITURE HOLDING CORP TOTALLING $29.92 MILLION.  Full Article

Markor International Home Furnishings says controlling shareholder to sell 8 pct stake in furniture unit for 95.4 mln yuan
Wednesday, 22 Nov 2017 

Nov 22 (Reuters) - Markor International Home Furnishings Co Ltd <600337.SS>:Says controlling shareholder will sell entire 8 percent stake in Tianjin-based furniture unit to the co, for 95.4 million yuan, to decrease connected transaction .Says the co will raise stake in the furniture unit to 64 percent from 56 percent .  Full Article

Markor International Home Furnishings sets up investment unit
Thursday, 19 Oct 2017 

Oct 19(Reuters) - Markor International Home Furnishings Co Ltd <600337.SS>:Says it set up a wholly owned investment unit in Xinjiang, with registered capital of 100 million yuan .  Full Article

Markor International Home Furnishings proposes to distribute 13 shares for every 10 shares and to pay 3 yuan per 10 shares as 2016 dividend
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2016 

Markor International Home Furnishings <600337.SS>:Says it proposed to pay a cash dividend of 3 yuan per share for every 10 shares, and use additional paid-in capital to distribute 13 new shares for every 10 shares, as the dividend payment plan for 2016.  Full Article