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Kerry Wong

HKR set for solid growth

HKR International Recommendation: Buy Brokerage: Smith New Court TAKING out last year's exceptional, operating profit of $872.6 million was up 81 per cent year-on-year. Net profit growth of 57 per cent is a solid performance in weak market conditions.

Sunday, 13 August, 1995, 12:00am

HKR set for solid growth

HKR International Recommendation: Buy Brokerage: Smith New Court TAKING out last year's exceptional, operating profit of $872.6 million was up 81 per cent year-on-year. Net profit growth of 57 per cent is a solid performance in weak market conditions.

13 Aug 1995 - 12:00am

NatWest executive favourite in polls for HKFE chairman

AS the race for the chairmanship of the Hong Kong Futures Exchange enters its final stages, the emerging favourite is Frank Wong Kong-shing, a senior executive with an offshoot of British giant National Westminster Bank.

He looks set to pip foreign exchange dealer Chan Sun-sun for the key role.

25 Jun 1995 - 12:00am

Rising demand powers Dragon growth plans

ELECTRONICS and electrical components distributor SAS Dragon will benefit from rising demand and prices for electronics products.

Set up in 1981, the company is a distributor of electrical and electronics components, which account for 67 per cent of its turnover.

11 Jun 1995 - 12:00am

Twin strengths make CEPA look a safe bet

CONSOLIDATED Electric Power Asia (CEPA) should be less vulnerable to the political and economic problems in China and Hong Kong because of its defensive and aggressive components.

26 Mar 1995 - 12:00am

Lianyuan listing due next month

LIANYUAN Iron and Steel plans to launch its HK$600 million B-share issue at the beginning of next month.

The company will issue 150 million B shares on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

27 Nov 1994 - 12:00am

Plants plugged into long-term earnings

Wing Shan International Recommendation: Long-term buy Brokerage: Seapower Research THE company holds 90 per cent stakes in two of the three existing power plants in Foshan city district, Guangdong.

6 Nov 1994 - 12:00am

Exporters hit by new tax rules

FOREIGN manufacturers in China are likely to see their profits shrink as a result of China's recent decision not to issue refunds on value-added tax (VAT) payments for exports.

Accountants said many foreign corporations would have to overhaul their interim accounts as a result of the new directives.

9 Oct 1994 - 12:00am

China Foods looks hungry for growth

CHINA Foods Holdings, previously known as Seabase Holdings, is now positioning itself as a 'red chip' conglomerate, targeting the Chinese food market.

In a substantial group transaction last year, Top Glory International took a 61 per cent stake in the company. Top Glory itself is 55 per cent-owned by Ceroilfood, a mainland state-owned enterprise established in 1952.

18 Sep 1994 - 12:00am

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