Liu Gexin Net Worth is$1.13 Billion
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Liu Gexin Net Worth: Liu Gexin is a Chinese businessperson who has a net worth of $1.13 billion. The Chairman of Shenzhen-listed maker of antibiotics and traditional Chinese medicines Sichuan Kelun Pharmaceutical, Liu Gexin got back to billionaire ranks in 2013 after dropping off in 2012. He regained his billionaire status with the rise of Kelun's share price and the growth of overall pharmaceutical sales in China. The company's revenue increased by 19.4% to $700 million in the first nine months of 2012, thus, helping Gexin's net worth surge by 11% to $123 million. Planning to expand its product line and sales network, Kelun announced in December 2013 to purchase up to 30% of Hong Kong-listed Lijun International Pharmaceutical for up to $316 million. As the company's deputy general manager serves Lui's brother Liu Suihua.
He Kexin (born January 1, 1992 in Beijing, China according to official records) is a retired Chinese artistic gymnast. At the 2008 Olympics in Beijing she won two gold medals on the uneven bars (her specialty) and as a member of the Chinese Artistic Gymnastics team. In 2008, she won two World Cup titles on the uneven bars. On the bars she was one of the few gymnasts in the world to score over 17.00 under the 2005???2008 Code of Points. With an A-score of 7.7 in 2008, she had one of the highest difficulty scores in the world in this event, along with Yang Yilin, Nastia Liukin and all with 0.1 difficulty less than Beth Tweddle. As with several of her teammates, questions were raised in the international press when earlier reports surfaced indicating she may not have been old enough to compete in the 2008 Olympics; however, an official investigation found in her favor. She continued her success in post-Beijing Olympics period, she holds the record for the highest obtained difficulty in the entire London period. In 2010 World Champion's women team final all-around, she scored 16.133 with 7.4 difficulty which is the highest score ever achieved in the London Olympics period (between 2009 and 2012).

He Kexin trained at the Shichahai Sports School in Beijing since 1997. She participated in China's National Games in 2006 and Intercity Games in 2007. According to China Daily, He was recruited for the Chinese National Team in 2007, after her uneven bars win at the Intercity Games drew the attention of head coach Huang Yubin.
He made her international debut in 2008, participating in several events on the World Cup circuit. At her first meet, the World Cup in Doha, she scored 16.550 on the uneven bars; at her second, the Cottbus Cup, she scored 16.800. The mark was the highest uneven bars score posted at an international event under the current Code of Points, besting Nastia Liukin's mark of 16.65 at the 2008 Pacific Rim Championships. On May 15, 2008 He participa

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China's health reform cuts drug prices, but still fights pain

Liu Gexin, CEO of Sichuan Kelun Industry Group, a pharmaceutical company, submitted a proposal to adjust the current procurement system of essential medicines during the annual legislative session this year. Liu said some companies might compromise drug ...
Posted: April 23, 2011, 7:49 pm

China tries to reassure on economy, cuts growth target

BEIJING -- China's leadership tried to quell anxiety about its slowing economy following financial turmoil and rising labor unrest as it cut its growth target Saturday and promised ... I think it's very acceptable," said Liu Gexin, a delegate from Sichuan ...
Posted: March 5, 2016, 1:58 pm

The Latest: Delegates praise Chinese leaders' economic plans

Growth rate last year declined to a 25-year low of 6.9 percent. "If the 6.5 to 7 percent growth should be solid and real, I think it's very acceptable," said Liu Gexin, a delegate from Sichuan province in the southwest. Others were more breathlessly ...
Posted: March 5, 2016, 6:28 am
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