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Briefs, December 12, 2012

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 12 December, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 12 December, 2012, 2:58am

Le Saunda sees 17pc jump in sales

Shoemaker and retailer Le Saunda Holdings' self-owned retail business recorded total sales growth of 17.2 per cent in the three months to November 30 compared with the same period of last year. The company also announced that same-store sales grew by 9.1 per cent for the period. The group had a total of 948 retail outlets on the mainland, Hong Kong and Macau at the end of last month, 82 shops more than last year. Paggie Leung


Yueshou not to pay former director

Yueshou Environmental Holdings said a writ had been filed with the Court of First Instance to declare that the company was not liable to pay or reimburse its former executive director, Kelly Cheng Kit-yin, under an alleged service agreement dated March 1999 and an alleged deed of indemnity dated March 1, 2000 purportedly made between the company and her. Paggie Leung


Hang Lung Properties executive director quits

Hang Lung Properties yesterday announced Henry Yiu Tze-yin, 58, had resigned as executive director from December 11 as he planned to devote more time to his personal endeavours. The company said that he had no disagreement with the board. Yvonne Liu


HKEx subsidiary starts Shanghai operation

Ganghui Financial Information Services (Shanghai), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, yesterday officially started operations in Shanghai. Ganghui expects to launch a market data hub in Shanghai late next year. Enoch Yiu


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