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Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings

Hutchison Whampoa, one of Hong Kong’s largest listed companies, is controlled by  Cheung Kong Group, a property company. Hutchison's operations span ports, property and hotels, retailing, power generation and telecommunications. It owns Cheung Kong Infrastructure, and  is headed by Li Ka-shing, Asia’s wealthiest man. 

CKI eyes overseas firms as profits rise

Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings (CKI), the infrastructure firm controlled by Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing, aims to make further international acquisitions after reporting results that beat market expectations.

Friday, 8 March, 2013, 5:37am

Power up, lending down, game on

In the second of a two-part series, the Post examines how infrastructure, energy, shipping and gaming fared in 2012 and what lies ahead in 2013.

1 Jan 2013 - 5:37am

Phoenix TV boss Liu named Business Person of the Year

DHL and the South China Morning Post announced the winners of the 23rd Hong Kong Business Awards last night, showcasing business leaders and companies successfully coping with the still stormy global economic environment.

30 Nov 2012 - 2:53am

Tycoon fires up deal for British gas firm

Li Ka-shing has expanded his global business empire, with a group of companies controlled by the tycoon signing a deal to acquire British gas firm Wales & West Utilities (WWU) for GBP645 million (HK$7.75 billion).

If the deal goes ahead, Hong Kong's richest man will control a quarter of Britain's gas networks.

26 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Lai See

New-look HSBC no shrinking violet

9 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Painful truth hits home for building giants

Hong Kong's property tycoons have vowed greater transparency after a survey they commissioned to discover what the public thinks of them came back with the answer: 'Not a lot.'

14 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Cheung Kong turns to Britain for utilities deals

Some 14 years after the handover of Hong Kong's sovereignty, tycoon Li Ka-shing's Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings (CKI) is choosing to park its investments with the city's former ruler - and with Britain's former colonies.

5 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

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