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.
Hong Kong-listed developer K Wah International plans to expand its investment property portfolio and speed up its development cycle after recording a 66.34 per cent fall in underlying profit last year.Thursday, 27 March, 2014, 1:01am 1 comment
Hong Kong developer K Wah International has jumped on the bandwagon of the free-trade zone in Shanghai, hoping its upcoming residential project near the zone may anchor its expansion plans in the mainland's commercial hub.30 Sep 2013 - 5:02am 1 comment
K Wah International forecasts Hong Kong property prices to fall 10 per cent to 20 per cent if the government keeps its cooling measures in place.30 Aug 2013 - 3:40am 2 comments
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.28 Mar 2013 - 6:31am
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 avoid failure.10 Dec 2012 - 1:51pm
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 growth3 Oct 2012 - 9:57am
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 two sites, which closed on September 21, were announced yesterday.29 Sep 2012 - 2:30am
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.
Its underlying earnings, excluding gains from the disposal of Galaxy Entertainment Group's shares and a property revaluation, rose to HK$800 million from HK$69.7 million a year earlier.3 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
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 cent, according to a disclosure to the stock exchange.
It said Mr Li bought 500,000 shares at an average of HK$44.86 each on August 3, raising his total stake to 37.11 million shares.9 Aug 2007 - 12:00am
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.
The Lands Department yesterday announced the government had accepted K Wah International's minimum bid of HK$525 million, or HK$2,201 per square foot, for the site.24 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
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 price.2 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
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.27 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
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.26 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
Lands Tribunal gives go-ahead for forced sale of Hang Hin Mansion flats
K Wah International, a mid-tier developer run by gaming tycoon Lui Che-woo (right), has won government approval to force the remaining owners of flats at Hang Hin Mansion in Mid-Levels East to sell their units.5 Jan 2007 - 12:00am