In 2009, the mainland's brokerage industry reported a 90 per cent profit jump, thanks to an 80 per cent increase in the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, but it has been criticised for its incapacity to generate profits in challenging times. In 2009, the mainland's brokerage industry reported a 90 per cent profit jump, thanks to an 80 per cent increase in the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, but it has been criticised for its incapacity to generate profits in challenging times.
In 2009, the mainland's brokerage industry reported a 90 per cent profit jump, thanks to an 80 per cent increase in the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, but it has been criticised for its incapacity to generate profits in challenging times.
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In 2009, the mainland's brokerage industry reported a 90 per cent profit jump, thanks to an 80 per cent increase in the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, but it has been criticised for its incapacity to generate profits in challenging times. In 2009, the mainland's brokerage industry reported a 90 per cent profit jump, thanks to an 80 per cent increase in the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, but it has been criticised for its incapacity to generate profits in challenging times.
In 2009, the mainland's brokerage industry reported a 90 per cent profit jump, thanks to an 80 per cent increase in the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, but it has been criticised for its incapacity to generate profits in challenging times.
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