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China Mobile Communications Corporation (中国移动通信 Zhongguo Yidong Tongxin) SEHK: 0941NYSE: CHL), also known as China Mobile or CMCC, is the People's Republic of China's largest mobile phone operator. It is the world's largest mobile phone operator ranked by number of subscribers, with over 200 million customers. By turnover it is second to Vodafone. A state-owned enterprise, it was spun off from former monopoly China Telecom in 2000, and now has a 37.4% share of the highly competitive Chinese mobile market. The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Chinese: 香港交易所, also 港交所; abbreviated as SEHK and HKSE; HKEx: 0388) is the stock exchange of Hong Kong. ... New York Stock Exchange (June 2003) The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) , also nicknamed the Big Board, is the largest stock exchange in the world in dollar volume and second largest by number of companies listed. ... This is a list of mobile phone network operating companies. ... A mobile phone operator (also wireless carrier) is a telephone company that provides phone services for mobile phone subscribers. ... Vodafone Group plc is a British mobile phone operator headquartered in Newbury, Berkshire, England, is the largest mobile telecommunications network company in the world by turnover and has a market value of about $134 billion (June 2006). ... A state-owned enterprise (SOE) is an enterprise, often a corporation, owned by a government. ... China Telecom (HKSE: 728) is the largest fixed service telecommunications provider in China, which includes data, Internet and, unusually, the PAS wireless system which is classfied as fixed line. ...


CHINA MOBILE (941 )


Company/Securities Name: China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd.


Principal Activities: Provision of mobile communications and related services in the PRC.


Chairman: Wang Jianzhou


Principal Office: 60/F The Center 99 Queen's Road Central Hong Kong


Place Incorporated: Hong Kong


Business Classification: Consolidated Enterprises


Registrar: Hong Kong Registrars Ltd.


Listing Date : 23/10/1997


Trading Currency: HKD


Authorised Shares: 30,000,000,000


Issued Shares: 19,817,319,399 (as at 30/11/2005)


Par Value: HKD 0.1000


Board Lot: 500


Market Capitalisation: HKD 771,884,590,591


Financial Data


Financial Year End Date: 31/12/2004


Net Asset Value: RMB 233,161,000,000


Net Profit (Loss): RMB 42,004,000,000


Earnings per Share: RMB 2.1351


Last Updated: 23/12/2005


See also

This article is on the Communications in Mainland China. ... Chinese owned companies can be defined as enterprises within mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and the Republic of China (Taiwan): List of companies in the Peoples Republic of China List of companies in Hong Kong List of companies in Macau See also: Newspapers of China Shanghai Stock Exchange Shenzhen... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...

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CNN.com - China Mobile's net profit jumps - Mar. 18, 2003 (676 words)
China Mobile, with nearly 120 million subscribers at the end of January, met expectations with a 2002 net profit of 32.7 billion yuan (US$3.95 billion) or 1.71 yuan per share, compared with 28.02 billion yuan or 1.51 yuan per share a year earlier.
China Mobile and its rival China Unicom Ltd spent much of 2002 locked in a war for market share, sacrificing profits by offering subsidies and other promotions to build business in the world's most populous market.
China Mobile (Hong Kong) has been gradually buying networks from its unlisted parent company, with a goal of eventually having the entire national network in the publicly traded unit.
China Mobile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (194 words)
China Mobile Communications Corporation (中国移动通信 Zhongguo Yidong Tongxin) SEHK: 0941NYSE: CHL), also known as China Mobile or CMCC, is the People's Republic of China's largest mobile phone operator.
It is the world's largest mobile phone operator ranked by number of subscribers, with over 200 million customers.
A state-owned enterprise, it was spun off from former monopoly China Telecom in 2000, and now has a 37.4% share of the highly competitive Chinese mobile market.
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