BRIEF-CRCC High-Tech Equipment Corp Says Zhao Hui Re-Designated As Non-Executive Director

July 30 (Reuters) - Crcc High-Tech Equipment Corp Ltd :

* ZHAO HUI HAS BEEN RE-DESIGNATED FROM AN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF COMPANY TO A NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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