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  1. Plea to stop 'the mindless pursuit of urbanisation'

    Posted Jul 14th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    .... 'The speed is too fast. It took China 20 years to raise the urbanisation rate from 20 per cent to 40 per cent [in 2003], while the same change took the UK 120 years and the US 80 years,' ... said. But a UBS Asia Economics report suggests that although the number of city residents has tripled since 1980, China's pace of urbanisation is not too fast and not as fast as its ...

  2. China Urban Resources eyes HK$150m IPO by year-end

    Posted Nov 06th 2006, 12:00am by Carol Chan

    ... and the mainland, in particular those related to urban development, Mr Jao said. 'China's urbanisation rate was 37.9 per cent in 2004. Urbanisation is estimated to reach 70 per cent by 2050,' ... Carol Chan Firm wants cash to invest in projects or businesses related to China's fast-expanding development China Urban Resources Opportunity Investment says it plans to raise ...

  3. ING to launch China property fund

    Posted Feb 15th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... quarter to cash in on the country's fast urbanisation. The property fund manager, one of the world's biggest with a portfolio of US$77 billion, said its second closed-end mainland fund ... believed the party for international investors was still going on. 'Like other markets in the world, we might see some short-term cyclical ups and downs in China,' Robert Lie, chief ...

  4. Noble fights for share of China's soya bean market

    Posted Sep 11th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... some 17 million tonnes of soya beans a year. Most of the imported beans are fed into crushers operated by multinational firms. 'The change (China's urbanisation) is positive in terms ... to China by a multinational food company and processed in a large, foreign-owned crushing plant, making one of the mainland's humblest foods a dish served up by the world's powerful ...

  5. Chalco marks 60b yuan for capacity expansion

    Posted Aug 25th 2006, 12:00am by Carol Chan

    ... the 'abnormally high' price of alumina would not last long but aluminium demand would continue to grow with China's economic growth and urbanisation for at least the next few years and possibly ... Carol Chan Aluminium firm targets acquisitions, new plants to lift output over four years Aluminum Corp of China (Chalco), the world's second-largest alumina producer, plans to invest ...

  6. Neo-Neon expects 82pc profit surge

    Posted Nov 20th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... at the end of the year. It proposes to maintain the same dividend payout ratio this year but slash the ratio to 25 per cent next year and in 2008, BNP said. With increasing urbanisation and rising household purchasing power, China is in line to become the third-largest market for Neo-Neon, behind the United States and Europe. BNP estimated sales from China would jump to around 20 per cent ...

  7. The party looks west to cure social ills

    Posted Oct 08th 2006, 12:00am by Ting Shi

    ... in the urbanisation drive. 'Still, China aims to build a social security system that reflects its realities and its stage of economic development. We don't simply copy other countries,' ... Ting Shi Nordic nations' welfare for all seen as model for mainland The Communist Party has turned to western social democracies for ideas on China's development, signalling ...

  8. Ping Shan village reaps rewards for keeping rural traditions alive

    Posted Nov 22nd 2006, 12:00am by Danny Mok

    ... Danny Mok Ping Shan village was rewarded yesterday for winning the Preserving the Villages 2006 Competition, for its residents' extraordinary efforts in keeping their traditions alive amid unrelenting urbanisation. A village representative received the award from the South China Morning Post and the Home Affairs Department, which organised the competition. 'I want ...

  9. Developers' credit at risk in China

    Posted Apr 28th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Foster Wong Moody's predicts a long learning curve before business grows in scale and realises substantial investment returns Hong Kong developers looking to China for brisker ... in China- already targeted as a major growth engine by local developers- could mean a long learning curve before business there grew in scale and generated meaningful returns. Nevertheless, ...

  10. The shellfish gene

    Posted Dec 20th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... after Shenzhen was designated one of China's first special economic zones in the 1980s. The rapid industrialisation and urbanisation that followed brought fabulous wealth to this former ...




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