K Wah International, the mid-tier developer, plans to speed up sales of mainland projects to offset the impact of cooling measures on both sides of the border.
K Wah International
K Wah International Holdings invests in and develops real estate in Hong Kong, China, and Southeast Asia. It owns a controlling stake in K Wah Construction Materials, which sells and distributes concrete pipes and aggregates; and makes and distributes ready-mixed concrete and precast concrete products.
If you are not familiar with the industry, don't do the business - so goes the Chinese idiom intended as a warning to potential entrepreneurs not to start a business in unfamiliar industry and so...
Hong Kong stocks may open higher after a two-day National Holiday break on speculation that more easing measures could be in the pipeline to revive growth
Despite the government's efforts to cool the property market, residential sites in Tseung Kwan O and Peng Chau have been sold for record-breaking amounts.
The results of the tender for the...
K Wah International, a mid-tier developer run by gaming tycoon Lui Che-woo, said profit surged 1,048 per cent last year as it booked sales at three residential projects.
David Li boosts stake in Bank of East Asia
David Li Kwok-po, the chairman and chief executive of Bank of East Asia, increased his stake in the lender to 2.37 per cent from 2.33 per...
K Wah International, a mid-tier developer run by gaming tycoon Lui Che-woo, has triggered a government auction of a low-density residential site in Tuen Mun.
K Wah International, a mid-tier Hong Kong developer, paid HK$358 million in an auction yesterday to buy the remaining units at Hang Hin Mansion in Mid-Levels, 26 per cent higher than the floor...
K Wah International has triggered a government auction of two Tai Po residential sites barely two months after being outbid for land it had also triggered for sale.
K Wah International, a mid-tier developer run by gaming tycoon Lui Che-woo, expects to book about HK$2 billion of revenue from sales of units in two residential projects this year.
Lands Tribunal gives go-ahead for forced sale of Hang Hin Mansion flats