COLI is an investment holding and property investment group. It was incorporated in Hong Kong in 1979, a subsidiary of China State Construction Engineering Corporation, the largest construction conglomerate in China. In August 1992, COLI was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, and in 2007 became a constituent stock of the Hang Seng Index.
China Overseas Land & Investment, the Hong Kong-listed mainland developer, raised its annual sales target by a fifth yesterday as it announced the possible injection of its parent company's real estate businesses into the firm.Tuesday, 6 August, 2013, 5:02am
China Overseas Land & Investment, the country’s top property developer by market value, logged a 27 per cent rise in first-half profit due to strong sales in mid- and high-tier cities, where it priced its properties strategically to counter tightening measures.5 Aug 2013 - 12:59pm
Directors remained cautious following the steep fall in the market with their buying contracting for the third straight week and the selling rising sharply last week, based on filings to the stock exchange from November 5 to 9.12 Nov 2012 - 7:12am
China Overseas Land & Investment, one of the mainland's largest developers, says the worst is not over yet for the real estate market even though liquidity has improved.25 Oct 2012 - 4:53am
Hong Kong's stock market resumed its downward slide again yesterday, with the benchmark Hang Seng Index suffering its fifth-largest fall this year after a warning about the euro-zone crisis by Germany spooked investors.
Also, Beijing yesterday said third-quarter gross domestic product grew 9.1 per cent, slower than the 9.5 per cent pace in the previous quarter.19 Oct 2011 - 12:00am
A senior executive of a state-owned Chinese engineering company has been dismissed for failing to fulfil contract conditions with the Polish government, business news portal Caixin Online reported yesterday.26 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
The mainland property sector lurches between two extremes: euphoric price rises and crushing anti-bubble actions by regulators. Even when it is riding high the industry is ever wary of the next clampdown on its credit, restrictions on new mortgages, or a vast state-led increase in land supply.23 May 2011 - 12:00am
The devastating earthquake in Sichuan was unlikely to have any immediate impact on credit rating for developers with projects in the province, although profit margins and operating cash flow would be under pressure from possibly rising costs, Moody's Investors Service said.17 May 2008 - 12:00am
China Overseas Land & Investment, the Hong Kong-listed flagship of the mainland construction ministry, logged more than 20 billion yuan in mainland property sales this year, up more than 50 per cent from the year-ago level.
It credited the bonanza to the property boom, mainly in the first three quarters.28 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Top builders look to historic city for growth
The city of Xian has caught the eye of two of Hong Kong's top developers.
The Hong Kong-listed subsidiary of China's biggest construction group plans to spend 20 billion yuan on a development project in Xian, the capital of Shaanxi province.18 Jul 2007 - 12:00am