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  1. Project Phoenix will help HK rise from post-Sars ashes

    Posted Jul 09th 2003, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... available. 'These two sectors contributed significantly to Hong Kong's economy,' said the source. The Hong Kong Tourism Board has always sought a mix of visitors to avoid becoming ... Major developers join forces to lure high-end tourists and revive the city's image Hong Kong's biggest firms have banded together to lure back high-end tourists and revive ...

  2. Tourism stocks welcome relaxation of travel rules

    Posted Jul 29th 2003, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... tourists. 'With wealthier tourists and more traffic to Hong Kong, there will be a re-rating of retail and tourism-related stocks,' UOB Kay Hian Hong Kong director Steven Leung Wai-yuen ... in tourism districts to capture this group of customers,' he said. In addition to its 21 outlets in Hong Kong, the chain planned to open a 2,500 square foot outlet in Tsim Sha Tsui in September ...

  3. Gold shop bold as brass over tarnished image

    Posted Mar 03rd 2005, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... Asked if the company would cut its sponsorship, Mr Lam said that 'we will continue supporting any activities that are helping Hong Kong's economy and tourism'. ... increase the floor space of the 110,000 sq ft Gold Tourism Exhibition Hall by up to 20,000 sq ft later in the year. The shop was struck off the Quality Tourism Services Scheme on December 1 after ...

  4. Facelift at shopping centre to cost $300m

    Posted Aug 21st 2003, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... exhibitions with the Hong Kong Tourism Board to stimulate spending and bring business to tenants. 'We will also expand our promotional activities in major cities on the mainland and plan a series ... the mainland's relaxation of its policy on individual travellers. The developer, which owns 7.7 million square feet of retail real estate in Hong Kong, said plans to upgrade other shopping centres ...

  5. Property - Hong Kong & China - GAMING

    Landing International chairman gambles on tourism plan in Jeju

    Posted May 26th 2014, 05:07am by Sandy Li

    ... on tourism plan in Jeju Mainland developer Yang Zhihui plans to turn Hong Kong-listed Landing International Development into a gaming and entertainment operator after betting a fortune on building ... spending half of my time in Jeju and the remaining half in Hong Kong because of this project," Yang, Landing's chairman, said last week. Because Yang and company management are flying ...

  6. Shun Tak net tumbles 56pc

    Posted Sep 19th 2003, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... mainly between Hong Kong and Macau, were adversely affected by the Sars outbreak. Interim dividend was cut from 3.5 cents a year ago to 1.5 cents. Earnings per share were 6.2 cents against 16 ... of $31.3 million. 'In view of the rapid economic development in the Pearl River Delta and the recent relaxation of travel applications for Hong Kong and Macau by individual tourists from ...

  7. Doubters question tourism plan for Wong Chuk Hang

    Posted May 18th 2005, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... a taskforce to review tourism-type developments on the south side of Hong Kong Island but it had not decided if it would offer loans for the Ocean Park project. Chinachem is the only developer to have ... to the area is part of the government's attempt to transform Wong Chuk Hang and Aberdeen into a tourism destination, sparking a wave of redevelopment. However, some property analysts fear ...

  8. HK developers itching to prepare for tourist boom

    Posted Aug 19th 2003, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... next year. 'We are always bullish on Hong Kong's tourism prospects,' Mr Heng said. Stephen Ip Shu-kwan, Secretary for Economic Development and Labour, has said a total of 10,000 hotel rooms will be built within the next two years to accommodate the influx of tourists. According to the Hong Kong Tourism Board, there will be 22 more hotels by 2006, bringing the number ...

  9. Builder bets on small hotels

    Posted Oct 14th 2009, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... have been put in place despite the troubling impact on the sector from slowing global economic growth which led to a 3.4 per cent decline in tourist arrivals in Hong Kong to 18.9 million for the first eight months this year, according to Hong Kong Tourism Board figures. Before its latest investments, Common Empire had already spent HK$950 million to acquire and convert two old buildings ...

  10. Retail leasing slows after lacklustre 'golden week'

    Posted Oct 12th 2005, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... greatly exaggerated, he added. 'Disneyland is a nice addition to the Hong Kong tourism sector, but if you are counting on it to cause a rally in the property market or the stock market, ... the retail leasing market over the next three months, industry experts say. This year's 'golden week', the first since the opening of Disneyland Hong Kong, resulted in less than ...




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