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Lack of progress at Nairobi talks aimed at brokering a global nature deal leave environmentalists frustrated, with much to do ahead of the make-or-break COP15 in December.
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601669 Power Construction Corporation of China, Ltd. Clas 15.23%
601009 Bank of Nanjing Co., Ltd. Class A 14.73%
BAFS Bangkok Aviation Fuel Services Public Co., Ltd. 14.10%
601985 China National Nuclear Power Co. Ltd. Class A 11.95%
3690 Meituan Class B 11.85%
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8088 Iwatani Corporation -7.86%
975 Yintai Gold Co., Ltd. Class A -6.10%
600968 CNOOC Energy Technology & Services Ltd. Class A -5.88%
2939 China Great Wall Securities Co., Ltd. Class A -5.36%
603707 Nanjing King-friend Biochemical Pharmaceutical Co. -5.24%
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