BRIEF-Shanghai Dasheng Agriculture Finance Technology says FY prelim profit attributable up 24 pct

March 13 (Reuters) - Shanghai Dasheng Agriculture Finance

Technology Co Ltd:

* FY preliminary profit attributable up 24 percent to

approximately RMB307.1 million

* FY turnover of group increased by approximately 75 percent

to approximately RMB14.36 billion

* Board resolved to recommend a final dividend of RMB0.01

per share for the year ended 31 Dec 2016

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