|Guangshen Railway Company Limited -- USA Stock|| |
USD 27.31 0.07 0.26%
Mr. Tang Xiangdong was Chief Accounting Officer in Guangshen Railway Co., Ltd. since December 2008. He was Head of Finance in the Company. He holds MBA from JiNan University, China.
Age: 43 Executive Since 2008 MBA
86 755 2558 7920 http://www.gsrc.com
The company has Return on Asset of 2.66 %
which means that on every $100 spent on asset it made $2.66 of profit. This is way below average. In the same way, it shows return on shareholders equity (ROE)
of 3.57 %
implying that it generated $3.57 on every 100 dollars invested.
Guangshen Railway Company Limited engages in the railroad passenger and freight transportation business in the Peoples Republic of China. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Shenzhen, the Peoples Republic of China. Guangshen Railway is traded on New York Stock Exchange in USA.Guangshen Railway Company Limited (GSH) is traded on New York Stock Exchange in USA. It is located in TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA and employs 44,609 people. Guangshen Railway is listed under Shipping Containers category by Fama And French industry classification.
Guangshen Railway L Leadership Team
|Xiangdong Guo, Executive, MBA|
|Jing Sun, Director|
|Anyun Mu, Executive, MBA|
|Feiming Liu, Director|
|Zhiming Yu, Director|
|LingLing Hu, Executive|
|Minlin Lu, Director|
|Qing Luo, Director|
|Liang Li, Director|
|Xueheng Liu, Director, MBA|
|Xiangdong Tang, Executive, MBA|
|Yong Wu, Chairman|
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