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CITIC Pacific Mining - Sino Iron project
 
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CITIC Pacific Mining Corporate Video. CITIC Pacific Mining is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong listed company CITIC Limited. Headquartered in Perth, the company was established to manage the construction and operation of the Sino Iron project, an integrated mining, processing and port operation that will secure a long term stable source of quality materials for the Chinese special steel mills owned and operated by the group.
CITIC Pacific Mining - Sino Iron project - Pit to Port
 
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The massive Sino Iron project has been developed at Cape Preston, 100 kilometres south west of Karratha in Western Australia's Pilbara region. It is the largest magnetite mining and processing operation in Australia focused on delivering a world class magnetite iron ore development which will add value to the Western Australian economy through significant downstream processing, employment, community benefits and international technology transfer while balancing social and environmental considerations. The project is one of China's largest investments into the Australian resources sector and is owned by Hong Kong-based CITIC Limited. Production of magnetite concentrate started in late 2012 and processing lines 1 and 2 will be fully operational by December 2013
CITIC Pacific Mining - Sino Iron project - Corporate Video
 
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Corporate Video - CITIC Pacific Mining is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong listed company CITIC Limited. Headquartered in Perth, the company was established to manage the construction and operation of the Sino Iron project, an integrated mining, processing and port operation that will secure a long term stable source of quality materials for the Chinese special steel mills owned and operated by the group.
Sino Iron overview   2018
 
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Welcome to Western Australia's next iron age. Where the industry's long-held dream is now reality; where Chinese capital and mineral processing expertise has combined with Australian mining knowhow to build and run a megaproject of global significance. This is Sino Iron today.
CITIC Pacific Special Steel Holdings
 
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CITIC Steel is a conglomerate of two fully integrated steel mills in China, Xingcheng and Daye, producing high quality special steel bars, forgings and plates.
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CITIC Securities купує CLSA за $1,25 млрд
 
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Інвестиційний банк Китаю CITIC Securities купує брокерську компанію CLSA за $1 млрд 250 млн. Китайська фінустанова уже придбала майже 20% компанії за понад $310 млн і планує купити решту 80% після згоди регулятора. 65% компанії CLSA належить французькому банку Credit Agricole. Завдяки придбанню брокерської компанії китайський банк отримає більший доступ на міжнародні ринки.
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CITIC Pacific HK ensure Walmart Smooth Entry into China #1/2
 
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CITIC Pacific HK has unrivalled experience and expertise in operating businesses in China both on the mainland and Hong Kong.
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CITIC Bank International
 
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2011 CITIC Bank International To mark CBI's expansion to Singapore, Virtually Real was commissioned to produce a short montage piece, illustrating important milestones in the bank's development, key products and services and their brand personality. The video was a key part of the official launch event in Singapore in April 2011. Client: CITIC Bank International Agency: direct Scope: location shooting in Singapore, graphics and animation, typography, editing and special effects Language: English Distribution: event, web
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Transforming the Operations at China CITIC Bank International
 
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Like most large banks, China CITIC Bank includes legacy systems and processes built up over the years. As the company takes on a massive modernization project, Michael Leung, Chief Information Operations Office at China CITIC shares the experience and lessons learned and offers guidance for others to learn from.
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Citic Bank
 
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Citic Special Steel Group introduction
 
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CITIC Pacific Special Steel Group, being as Chinese govt owned special steel group, is equipped with most advanced facilities and technology. It has 2 major manufacturing base, Hubei Xinyegang Steel for supply of seamless pipes, bars, forgings and Xingcheng Speical Steel for supply of bars, plates. Products are widely used in China and overseas in various industries.
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China Citic Bank success story
 
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China Citic Bank was recently awarded The Asian Banker Best Customer Relationship Management 2013 as part of The Asia Banker China Awards. SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Visit our website http://www.theasianbanker.com/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheAsianBanker Follow us on: Twitter https://twitter.com/theasianbanker LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-asian-banker Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theasianbankerofficial/
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CITIC Prudential Relationship Index - China
 
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How does China rank when it comes to relationships in Asia. CITIC Prudential’s belief in the importance of your relationships motivated us to launch a landmark study - the CITIC Prudential Relationship Index where we reveal the highlights of relationships in China. https://www.prudentialrelationshipindex.com/cn/en
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Sino Iron Project
 
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Sino Iron project is a world class, large-scale magnetite iron ore project, the first of its kind in Western Australia. It is bringing innovative, new mining processes to this country and is the first iron ore project to include large scale downstream processing.
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CITIC Pacific Presents: A Golden Opportunity
 
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A blissful oasis from busy city life, Kadooria offers an extraordinary chance for young and old alike to purchase an exceptional home.
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Lessons Learned in Banking
 
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Modernization projects often entail complex transformations encompassing not only technology but peoples and processes. Michael Leung, Chief Information Operations Officer at China CITIC Bank International Limited shares his discovery and experience working at the bank as he oversees the company's modernization efforts.
Views: 127 Jose Allan Tan
CITIC Pacific HK ensure Walmart Smooth Entry into China #2/2
 
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CITIC Pacific HK has unrivalled experience and expertise in operating businesses in China both on the mainland and Hong Kong.
Views: 148 Johnson W K Choi
CITIC HIC Censa video
 
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CITIC Censa is a heavy steel-works company established in 1965. Located in Northwest of Spain, in the traditional industrial area of Vigo. CITIC Censa competes in markets such as Mining, Cement, Renewable energies, Oil, gas and petrochemical industry.
CITIC Pacific well on the way to raise $5b- China Beat - May 15 ,2014 - BONTV China
 
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BON, China, Video, News,CITIC Pacific,HKSE,Taiwanese,China's Ministry of Finance
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Hong Kong SFC Sues CITIC, Directors over 2008 Loss
 
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Sept. 11—The Hong Kong Security and Futures Commission (SFC) says it will start legal proceedings against CITIC Ltd and its five former executive directors to gain compensation for its investors' losses. CITIC is a mainland Chinese state-owned company; previously called CITIC Pacific in Hong Kong. The five former directors are chairman Larry Yung; managing director, Henry Fan; deputy directors, Leslie Chang Li Hsien and Peter Lee Chung Hing; and executive director, Chau Chi Yin. Larry Yung is the son of Rong Yiren, a former Chinese vice president and the founder of a Chinese conglomerate. In 2008, CITIC was exposed over a huge case of bad betting on an Australian dollar investment. Hong Kong SFC says the fake or misleading financial case made 4,500 investors lose more than 1.9-billion HK dollars. After Gu Kailai—wife of former Chongqing CCP Secretary Bo Xilai—murdered British businessman Neil Heywood, Heywood's mother requested compensation from the CCP, and she is again requesting the CCP to fulfill its promise. Ann Haywood says, it has been one year since Bo Xilai's case and the Chinese government had promised to take action to help resolve her son's murder case; however the authorities have done nothing to honor their commitment. Ann says she can't understand the government's oversight and evasion in dealing with her son's case. Hong Kong—Genuine Universal Suffrage Conflicts between the Chinese authorities and Hong Kong residents over the universal suffrage election continues. According to Hong Kong, Apple Daily reported on Sept.12 that the Beijing authorities used "diplomatic relations" with the Vatican to make the Hong Kong parish give up the idea of a genuine universal suffrage.
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CITIC Pacific Ltd - Why Invest in
 
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Andrew Fisher Interview
 
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Reinvention Consulting - Leading in the Resources sector, an interview with Andrew Fisher GM Mining Operations, Citic Pacific Mining
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Failure—80% of China's Overseas Mining Deals Lose
 
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Over the past decade, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has invested heavily in raw materials overseas, but the majority of its trading is losing money. CITIC Pacific invested $10 billion on its Sino Iron project, purchasing an Australian mine producing magnetite iron-ore. Despite costing four-times its initial budget, it may lose hundreds-of-millions of dollars in 2014—after only one year. Experts say the CCP's overseas investments give corrupt officials a perfect opportunity to 'privatize' national assets. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) says the $10-billion mine that's taken over eight years to develop in Cape Preston is evidence of just how much has gone wrong with China's decade-long push to buy up raw materials worldwide. Citic Pacific and its contractors made a series of blunders, from thinking they could import workers at Chinese pay levels to a botched bet on currencies that forced the company to seek a $1.5 billion bailout from its parent, reported WSJ. WSJ added, China rushed to buy up global commodities as its economy boomed—both to feed its factories and to ensure it wasn't reliant on Western powers for raw materials. …Investments in resources soared to $53.3 billion last year, from $8.2 billion in 2005, according to an investment database compiled by the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation, continued WSJ. The head of China's mining association estimated in 2013 that out of all overseas mining deals, 80% had failed. China came late to the global resources boom and often overpaid for assets Western companies had passed over or wanted to sell, says WSJ, adding; China typically paid one-fifth more for oil-and-gas assets than industry average, estimates Scott Darling, Asian regional head of oil-and-gas research at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Prof. Wang Jiangsong, China Institute of Industrial Relations: "China lacks technique in overseas mergers and acquisitions." "The West have been doing overseas mergers for hundreds of years, but China has just started; it lacks information on the local policy, laws, management and in social and economic aspects." "Rushing into foreign markets and into acquisitions could turn into a financial disadvantage." Prof. Wang says another reason for overseas investment loss is the privatization of state-owned assets by the political elite. Wang Jiangsong: "How did this budget that was more than three-times the initial amount come to be?" "The overseas acquisitions by state-owned enterprises are not subject to any supervision, like by internal workers, the society, or by legislative bodies." "So theoretically, money laundering through overseas acquisitions is possible; it's a black hole for sure, as it lacks supervision or any effective regulations."   Commentator Yang Hengjun says the CCP's investment has, due to lack of supervision, allowed individuals to gain wealth at the cost of national assets. Yang Hengjun, general manager, Sydney Times: "The main reason is the system and the corrupt officials; everyone, including Zhou Yongkang and his oil group, monopolizes overseas oil investments." "Larry Yung, the former chairman of CITIC Pacific, was one of his allies; they trust only their own people." "The numerous overseas investments have never been led by the Chinese people." Larry Yung is the son of China's former Vice President, Rong Yiren. The CCP's overseas investments are one primary way for princelings to embezzle state assets, says Yang Hengjun. The project leaders are all corrupt, and being overseas, no one can control them; the accounting is just a mess.   Sept. 11—the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) filed a lawsuit against five former CITIC Pacific chiefs —including Larry Yung—for lying about the company's financial state, which resulted in a loss by equity investors. The Commission sought compensation for 4,500 victims who had lost a combined total of $1.9 billion in investments. 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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CITIC Heavy Industries Co.Ltd corporate video
 
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CITIC Heavy Industries is a market leader in China with equipment operating successfully in China and around the world including Asia, Europe, America, Africa and Australia.
Data Economy speaks to CITIC Telecom CPC CEO on China’s data centres and international expansion
 
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Stephen Ho, CEO of CITIC Telecom CPC, opens up on what the company is trying to get in and out of China, access to new markets in Eastern Europe through the acquisition of Linx Communications, rebranded as CITIC Telecom CPC Europe, and what and where Chinese businesses are looking to invest outside China. Ho also discusses the data centre and cloud markets inside China, what non-Chinese companies need to know, and the opening of CITIC Telecom CPC data centres in Africa.
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OneAsia State-of-the-Art Flagship Datacenter in Shanghai
 
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OneAsia new data center in Shanghai occupies a 6-story dedicated building located in the WaiGaoQiao (WGQ) Free Trade Zone. This is one of many state of the art OneAsia data centers in major metropolitan areas throughout Asia-Pacific. OneAsia Data Centres are dedicated to offer a secure, world-class colocation data hosting facility with reliable and extensive connectivity and a range of comprehensive cloud solutions. For more information about WGQ data center, please visit www.oneas1a.com/PDF/OA%20Summer%20Edition-Finalised.pdf
Citic Group focuses on a shift in strategy
 
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Citic Group, China's state-owned banking and financial conglomerate, is announcing a shift in strategy. It now wants to build up stronger business portfolios in digital finance and non-financial sectors to meet new market demands. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Protest site outside Citic Tower in Admiralty on Nov 18, 2014
 
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Hong Kong's student protest leader Joshua Wong and other protest leaders waiting for court bailiffs to start clearing part of the protest site outside Citic Tower in Admiralty on Nov 18, 2014. They told reporters that they would continue to remain at Admiralty beyond the Citic Tower area.
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Citic's Hu Says Yuan May Appreciate 3 Percent This Year: Video
 
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June 14 (Bloomberg) -- Hu Yifan, chief global economist at Citic Securities Co. in Hong Kong, talks with Bloomberg's Maryam Nemazee about the outlook for China's economy and currency. China's inflation accelerated in May to the quickest pace in 19 months, highlighting overheating risks in the fastest-growing major economy. This data, combined with surging exports and near-record property-price gains, underscore U.S. arguments for a more flexible yuan ahead of a Group of 20 nations meeting in Toronto in two weeks' time. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Олимпиада в стиле "Гжель" - China CITIC Bank | Ghost Shadows 鬼影幫
 
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CITIC telecom video (cant)
 
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CITIC telecom video (PTH)
 
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produced by DC Creative www.dc-creative.com
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McDonald's Sells Control of China Business for $2.1 Billion
 
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01/09/17 It's a new year and McDonald's (MCD) has announced that it will be selling it's businesses in mainland China and Hong Kong to state-owned Citic Ltd. and Carlyle Group in a deal worth roughly $2.1 billion.
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Mineralogy (mining company) | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mineralogy_(mining_company) 00:02:10 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.7728283459471441 Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-D "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Mineralogy is a mining company owned by Clive Palmer of Queensland, Australia. Mineralogy's mining projects are not in production or generating income. Mineralogy signed a deal with the Chinese infrastructure company CITIC Pacific to develop a small portion of a large iron ore deposit in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The agreement involves the development of two magnetite mines and construction of port infrastructure at Cape Preston. According to Palmer the company owns more than 1,000 square kilometres (390 sq mi) of land in the region. Mineralogy was paid US$415 million for the rights to mine the ore. According to Palmer the reserves contain 160 billion tonnes of iron ore.The company owns thermal coal deposits situated in the Galilee Basin. Estimates of the size of the deposits reach 100  billion tonnes of coal.Mineralogy has tried several times to raise capital to develop mines by floating a subsidiary company called Resourcehouse on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Another subsidiary called Chinampa Exploration owns offshore exploration licences in the Gulf of Papua that covers more than 43,000 square kilometres (17,000 sq mi).In a declaration to the Electoral Commission of Queensland it was revealed that Mineralogy donated $66,000 to the Liberal National Party of Queensland in 2011. In 2010, a similar disclosure revealed the company had donated $700,000 to the Liberal/National coalition.The company has recorded a loss in the three financial years from 2008 to 2011 and as a result paid no taxes during that period.
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Guangzhou ° Citic Plaza ° 22th floor ° appartment
 
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Guangzhou ° Citic Plaza ° 22th floor
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H&M ad on Citic tower
 
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Знакомьтесь: ведущие компании Китая CITIC Group» и «Цинхуа»
 
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Знакомьтесь: ведущие компании Китая CITIC Group» и «Цинхуа»
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Cruse and Associates Economy Review - Hong Kong shares end 2.33pc higher
 
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http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/breaking-news/hong-kong-stocks-open-up-023/story-e6frg90f-1226624325692 HONG Kong shares ended 2.33 per cent higher on Friday, capping a tough week for global markets after China released data showing growth in the world's number two economy had slowed. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 501.05 points to end at 22,013.57 on turnover of $HK65.98 billion ($A8.30 billion). World markets were hit on Monday when China released figures showing the economy grew 7.7 per cent in the January-March quarter, slower than expected and weaker than the 7.9 per cent in the previous three months. The news raised questions about the strength of a recent pick-up in the economy, which is a key driver of growth for other nations. On Thursday the Hong Kong rally was helped by a jump in Shanghai that came thanks to reports in state media that China could approve as early as this month new investment quotas for overseas financial institutions looking to enter the market. Lenovo rebounded 9.5 per cent to HK$7.06 on news it is in talks to buy part of IBM's server unit. The jump follows a recent slump fuelled by concerns about demand for PCs after data showed sales had tumbled. China Unicom climbed 7.3 per cent to HK$10.26, while mainland developer China Overseas Land rose 5.8 per cent on bargain-hunting. HSBC rose 1.82 per cent to HK$81.10, while Cathay Pacific added 0.77 per cent to HK$13.08. Chinese shares ended up 2.14 per cent. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index jumped 47.04 points to 2,244.64 on turnover of 95.4 billion yuan ($15.4 billion). The index rose 1.72 per cent for the week, despite Monday's poor data. "The market rebounded after losses in previous sessions. News that overseas capital might enter the A-share market soon is also favourable to brokerages," Haitong Securities analyst Zhang Qi told AFP. Founder Securities surged 8.87 per cent to 7.24 yuan and China Citic Securities jumped 5.51 per cent to 12.82 yuan. Among lenders China Minsheng Banking advanced 8.13 per cent to 10.11 yuan while Pudong Development Bank jumped 5.30 per cent to 10.14 yuan. A rebound in bullion prices from two-year lows earlier in the week helped Zhongjin Gold rise 2.76 per cent to 12.64 yuan, while Zijin Mining climbed 1.92 per cent to 3.19 yuan.
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Asiaray - Audi unveiled its locally produced TVC on CITIC Tower
 
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Audi unveiled the locally-produced TVC animation on the spectacular LED wall in CITIC Tower. This amusing masterpiece perfectly presented the spirit of Audi “Progressive. Like Audi. Like You.” encouraging everyone who looks up to the masterpiece along the Victoria Harbour.
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ABN Newswire Australian Market Report of September 08, 2010: Coeur Signs Contract with Aurubis
 
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Coeur d'Alene Mines Corporation (NYSE:CDE) (TSE:CDM) (ASX:CXC) today announced that Coeur Alaska, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, has entered into a contract with Aurubis AG (ETR:NDA) for the treatment and refining of gold concentrates produced at Coeur's new Kensington gold mine. "Combined with the recently announced agreement with China National Gold Group Corporation, the sale of Kensington's gold concentrates are now secured by contracts with two first-class smelting and refining companies. We look forward to working with Aurubis and are delighted to enter into this important commercial relationship," said Mitchell J. Krebs, Chief Financial Officer of Coeur. Australia's Pacific Brands Limited (ASX:PBG) recovered to a full-year profit from a prior year loss as the clothing and shoe manufacturer said underlying revenue and earnings were likely to improve this year, Net profit was A$52.7 million for the 12 months ending June 30. PBG announced transformation initiatives of vast majority portfolio rationalisation, off-shore sourcing and cost reduction initiatives were completed, gross margins expected to improve in F11 due to portfolio rationalisation and off-shore sourcing and sales stabilisation underlying sales performance fuelling sustainable growth. Alexium International Group Limited (ASX:AJX) today announced that the Patents Registry for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China has approved its application and issued Patent No. 07110131.2 for the company's "method of attachment of silicon-containing compounds to a surface". The announcement follows the successful UK patent grant earlier this year, "Asia's continued economic growth, its increasing dominance in manufacturing and its appetite for cleaner, sustainable, advanced technologies presents excellent opportunities for Alexium." commented Steve Ribich, CEO of Alexium. Perth-based, gold focused resources company Convergent Minerals Limited (ASX:CVG), is to acquire Windarling Peak Project, a new iron ore project by farm-in from Iron Road Ltd (ASX:IRD). Windarling Peak is a potential replication of the Windarling iron ore mine, approximately 85 kilometers north of Koolyanobbing. Exploration is likely to commence in the next month focused on locating near surface high grade haematite similar to that mined nearby. Access and infrastructure in the region is well established.
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China CITIC Bank Corp Ltd - Why Invest in
 
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