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  1. Cosco property unit pays 800m yuan for Chaoyang plot

    Posted Nov 11th 2006, 12:00am by Yvonne Liu

    ... yuan reserve price. Sino Ocean's bid capped offers from China Resources Land (Beijing) and Vanke Holdings when the Beijing city government closed tenders yesterday. The result ... Yvonne Liu Sino Ocean Real Estate Development, Cosco International Holdings' property arm, outbid 12 developers for a residential site in Beijing's Chaoyang district ...

  2. Hengda Real Estate seeks US$1.3b to buy land

    Posted Dec 22nd 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... per cent. Comparable US treasury bonds yield 4.556 per cent. Hengda will compete for investor attention with several other potential property equity offerings. Sino Ocean Real Estate ... ] acquisition plans and the key is whether it can get the land bank,' a person familiar with the company said. The plan mirrors the path taken by rivals such as Shimao Property Holdings ...

  3. Industry downturn trims Cosco earnings

    Posted Sep 19th 2006, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... said. The company's 20 per cent-owned Sino Ocean Real Estate Development, which owns residential properties in Beijing, contributed HK$33 million profit during the first half. Cosco is to increase its stake in the Sino Ocean to 44 per cent, subject to shareholders' approval. ...


    Posted Aug 23rd 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... This year, the company has budgeted capital expenditure of HK$200 million, of which it spent HK$108 million in the first half. Georgina Lee Cosco international to raise stake in sino ocean Cosco International Holdings plans to raise its stake in its mainland property unit Sino Ocean Real Estate Development to 44 per cent from 20 per cent for 395.28 million yuan. Sino Ocean's after-tax ...

  5. Smaller deals to drive mainland firms' IPO push

    Posted Jan 01st 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Holdings 250m Anta (China) 200m Wuyi Pharmaceutical 100m Transport/Infrastructure China Heavy Duty Truck 400m Shanxi Expressway 400m Property Hengda Real Estate 1.3b Country Garden 600m Sino-Ocean ... and Sino-Ocean Real Estate could raise at least a combined US$2 billion from initial public offerings and more deals are planned. The year-end total is expected to exceed the US$1.6 billion in equity ...

  6. Kingsway switches to plan B after China cool-off move

    Posted Sep 13th 2006, 12:00am by Peggy Sito

    ... invited an international company to manage the building,' said Mr Ko, refusing to name the firm. The building is one of the six-tower Ocean Express project, built by Sino-Ocean Real Estate Development, which is a joint venture between two large state-owned enterprises, Cosco and Sinochem. Kingsway bought the housing block from Sino-Ocean for about 236 million yuan in May last year. Mr Ko ...

  7. Police hold 17 villagers in dispute over land sale payout

    Posted Dec 02nd 2006, 12:00am by Minnie Chan

    ... Minnie Chan Police are still holding at least 17 villagers from Guangdong's Shunde city in custody after they held a protest against the alleged forced sale of their land to a developer. Residents of Xichong village on Thursday sent 23 representatives to a meeting with the developer to discuss the land sale. But according to villagers contacted yesterday, the developer did ...

  8. Investment will slow but Beijing holds key to soft landing

    Posted May 19th 2006, 12:00am by Tom Holland

    ... its capital costs. In that case, confidence evaporates, liquidity dries up and investment comes screeching to a halt in a classic hard landing. Secondly, the monetary authorities can move now ... albeit at a more moderate pace, for a soft landing. China's authorities are aware of the danger and are keen to engineer a soft landing. Last month the central bank raised its benchmark ...

  9. Hongkong Land tempers expectations

    Posted Feb 24th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Foster Wong Central giant looks to growth in office rentals but says lack of residential completions may be a setback Hongkong Land Holdings said a lack of residential completions might hold back its results this year, although an era of falling office income was over as leases signed during the downturn in 2003 expired and higher rentals kicked in. Central district's ...

  10. Shimao to buy more land-use rights

    Posted Jun 22nd 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Charis Yau Listing candidate Shimao Property Holdings, one of the mainland's biggest holders of undeveloped land, plans to spend eight billion yuan to obtain land-use certificates this year and next. Chairman Hui Wing-mau yesterday said the firm had certificates for 65 per cent of its land reserves and would spend 2.3 billion yuan this year and 5.5 billion yuan next year ...




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