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CITIC Group's Long Position In South Manganese Investment Falls To 6.99% - HKEX Filing
CITIC Says CITIC Group May Become A Substantial Shareholder In China Huarong After Investment
Citic Resources Entered Agreement With Citic Bank International
CITIC Limited is an investment holding company mainly engaged in the provision of financial services. Along with subsidiaries, the Company operates its business through six segments: the Financial Services segment, the Manufacturing segment, the Resources and Energy segment, the Engineering Contracting segment, the Real Estate segment and the Others segment. The Financial Services segment is engaged in the provision of banking, trust, asset management, securities and insurance services. The Manufacturing segment is engaged in the manufacture of special steels, heavy machineries and aluminum wheels and other products. The Resources and Energy segment is engaged in the exploration, processing and trading of crude oil, resources and energy products, including crude oil, coal and iron ore. The Engineering Contracting segment provides contracting and design services for infrastructure, real estate and industrial projects.
No. 10 Guanghua Road, Chaoyang District
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CITIC Ltd , the main listed arm of Chinese state-owned conglomerate CITIC Group, plans to sell a 22% stake in McDonald's Corp's mainland China and Hong Kong business, which is likely to be bought by the group's private equity arm.
Ivanhoe Mines Ltd said on Thursday a unit of Chinese state-run conglomerate CITIC Ltd has agreed to invest an additional C$612 million ($453.77 million)in the Canadian miner to speed up production at its projects in Southern Africa.
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