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  1. Telecoms, property plays rally

    Posted Sep 18th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Investors are focusing on recovery hopes, unfazed by new concerns over Sars Share prices ticked higher yesterday, led by telecommunications and property stocks, as investors shook off ... Kong's key trading partner. Telecommunications stocks were in play, led by China Mobile, after Deutsche Bank upgraded the mainland's largest mobile carrier from a 'hold' ...

  2. Sellers target property

    Posted Jan 28th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... yesterday as investors continued to shift funds between sectors, but the Hang Seng Index and H-share index both ended slightly higher. Property and bank stocks were weighed down by profit taking, ... to buying of blue chips, dealers said. China Mobile rose 1.83 per cent to $27.75, China Unicom added 6.55 per cent to $9.75 and PCCW, which was the worst blue-chip performer last year, rose 6.55 per ...

  3. Synergis to boost China portfolio via acquisitions

    Posted Sep 26th 2003, 12:00am by Carrie Chan

    ... Property manager Synergis plans to expand its business on the mainland with acquisitions and aims to grow its China portfolio 5 to 20 per cent within four years. The main-board listing ... Cheuk-hung said. Synergis has two property management joint ventures in Beijing and Guangzhou with a wholly owned foreign-run subsidiary in Shenzhen, which provides consulting services. Mr Fan said ...

  4. Tycoons get China Netcom IPO rolling

    Posted Oct 29th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... HUI YUK-MIN and NICHOLE CHAN Two of Hong Kong's top property tycoons- Li Ka-shing and Lee Shau-kee- are backing state-owned China Netcom Group Corp (Hong Kong)'s initial public ... broadband network. The two property tycoons are expected to take up about 12 per cent of China Netcom's issue. China Netcom is selling 1.046 billion shares at HK$7.88 to $9 a piece, ...

  5. China plays still flavour of the day

    Posted Jan 01st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... (which is highly dependant on the commercial success of its 3G networks worldwide) and major property stocks. The key risk to our view is slowing growth in China and the US, which could derail ... the unemployment rate falls; property prices are likely to pick up gradually due to improved sentiment and better supply and demand conditions. China's economic engine is still at full steam despite ...

  6. CSFB picks ex-Merrill banker as China head

    Posted Sep 06th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Zhang Liping as its country head for China. Mr Zhang replaces Wei Christianson, CSFB's former China chairwoman, who left her post at the end of last month for 'personal reasons'. ... overall responsibility for CSFB's investment banking activities in China and will report to Eric Varvel, head of investment banking for Asia-Pacific ex-Japan. 'This new hire reflects ...

  7. China Unicom eyes new 3G licence

    Posted Mar 27th 2004, 12:00am by Ben Kwok

    ... property tycoons. China Unicom's CDMA expertise would be likely to improve the new licensee's prospects in the mobile data market. China Unicom's shares fell $1 or 12.26 per cent ... Ben Kwok Mainland mobile giant holds talks with local fixed-line operators on a possible joint bid but no decision has been made Mainland mobile-phone giant China Unicom has become a dark ...

  8. China plays set the pace in shaky stock rebound

    Posted Apr 20th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Anette Jonsson Overseas rallies lift sentiment, but Hang Seng stuck in narrow range as investors await earnings results Firmer overseas markets and strong earnings reports from China Life ... average, now at 13,649. HSBC helped prop up the index after strong earnings by US rival Bank of America pushed its share price 50 cents, or 0.41 per cent, higher to $123. Property investors were ...

  9. Global focus vital to health of China's electronics industry

    Posted Aug 30th 2004, 12:00am by Dorothy Lai

    ... it to be competitive. The problem with this strategy is that most Chinese firms do not understand the importance of intellectual property protection. China cannot wait any longer to solve this problem ... this year, Vice-Premier Wu Yi assured the world that China would strengthen its efforts to protect intellectual property rights by defining legal interpretations and standards, enforcing more severe ...

  10. Home-grown digital video format a hard sell for China

    Posted Nov 24th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Beijing's irritation over foreign licensing fees. China has never been fond of intellectual property rights, and the battle between mainland DVD manufacturers and the overseas firms who own ... NEIL TAYLOR China's attempt to replace the popular DVD standard with home-grown technology is a misguided effort to reinvent the wheel for the sake of national pride. The Ministry ...




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