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CITIC Ltd (0267.HK)

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Thu, Apr 19 2018

China's CITIC and Czech-based CEFC Europe to form joint venture

PRAGUE, April 19 State-run Chinese conglomerate CITIC and CEFC Europe, the Czech-based unit of China's CEFC, have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint venture, the Czech president's spokesman said.

BRIEF-CITIC Appoints Shohei Harada As Independent Non-Executive Director

* APPOINTS SHOHEI HARADA AS AN INDEPENDENT NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Czech president meeting China's CITIC after CEFC shake-up

PRAGUE, April 17 Czech President Milos Zeman will meet a delegation from Chinese state-run conglomerate CITIC , including chairman Chang Zhenming, his spokesman said on Tuesday, amid reports it could take a stake in another Chinese group's Czech investments.

BRIEF-CITIC Ltd Says Co ‍Entered Aluminium Alloy Hub Procurement Framework Agreement With CITIC Group​

* CO ‍ENTERED ALUMINIUM ALLOY HUB PROCUREMENT FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT WITH CITIC GROUP​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-CITIC Ltd ‍Appoints Wu Youguang As Non-Executive Director​

* ‍APPOINTS WU YOUGUANG AS A NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

REFILE-China's CITIC estimates up to $1 bln impairment on Australia's Sino Iron project

HONG KONG, March 12 Chinese conglomerate CITIC Ltd said it would book an impairment of $800 million to $1 billion on the value of its Sino Iron project in Australia for fiscal 2017.

BRIEF-Citic Updates On Judgement Concerning Sino Iron Project; Appeal Notice Filed​

* REFERS TO ANNOUNCEMENT IN RELATION TO DELIVERY OF JUDGEMENT IN ROYALTY COMPONENT B PROCEEDING (CIV 1808 OF 2013) CONCERNING SINO IRON PROJECT​

BRIEF-CITIC Ltd notes Supreme Court's judgement on dispute with Mineralogy

* Notes judgement by Supreme Court of Western Australia on dispute with Mineralogy Pty Ltd​

UPDATE 1-Australia's Clive Palmer wins court case against China's CITIC

SYDNEY, Nov 24 Australian businessman Clive Palmer said on Friday the Supreme Court of Western Australia awarded his company about A$200 million ($152 million) in damages in a dispute with Chinese conglomerate CITIC.

Australia's Clive Palmer wins court case against China's CITIC

SYDNEY, Nov 24 Australian businessman Clive Palmer said on Friday the Supreme Court of Western Australia has awarded his company Mineralogy about A$200 million ($152 million) in damages in a dispute with Chinese conglomerate CITIC .

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