China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd (0762.HK)
15 Dec 2017
* SAYS IT WINS CHINA UNICOM'S BIDS FOR 208.6 MILLION YUAN ($31.52 million) Source text in Chinese: http://bit.ly/2kXMDom Further company coverage: ($1 = 6.6170 Chinese yuan renminbi) (Reporting by Hong Kong newsroom)
* Oct mobile business aggregate number of mobile billing subscribers 279.236 million
Nov 20Guangdong Eastone Century Technology Co Ltd
* Unicom group to transfer 1.90 billion shares in Unicom A share company to China Structural Reform Fund Corporation Ltd
HONG KONG, Oct 27 China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd said its net profit for the first nine months of the year more than doubled, helped by business reform and cost savings, but it reiterated that its earnings would come under pressure in the fourth quarter.
WASHINGTON (Reuters Breakingviews) - China's President Xi Jinping wants to regain the private sector's confidence even as he squeezes it more tightly. Aligning private investment with state priorities could grease the bureaucratic skids for some companies, but more official meddling in board rooms is unlikely to produce good business decisions. Opaque party politics will confuse outside investors and blur the line between some state and private companies.
* Controlling shareholder states application for non-public issuance of Unicom A share been approved by CSRC Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* For Aug, aggregate number of mobile billing subscribers 273.043 million
* Says it wins bid for China Unicom project worth 106.6 million yuan ($16.33 million)
SHANGHAI As Chinese policy makers extend their economic reforms, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) have taken pole position in the nation's stock market this year, gaining rapid strength at the expense of private firms.