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Property Developer

Sham Shui Po lane getting in way of private flats, court told

The legal battle centres on a disagreement over ownership of a back lane cutting across the site.

The legal battle centres on a disagreement over ownership of the back lane, which is surrounded by old buildings on the 45,000 square foot site on Berwick Street facing St Francis of Assisi Church.

Wednesday, 8 May, 2013, 5:54am

HK developers starting to reap mainland rewards

HK developers starting to reap mainland rewards

Hong Kong developers' earnings from their mainland projects have started taking off, and the profit contribution from these sources will continue to grow, according to analysts.

In the half-year reporting season just ended, local developers reported solid interim earnings, with some posting profit growth of up to 40 per cent.

17 Sep 2012 - 2:15am

Ease rules for factory conversions, says Far East Consortium

Property developer Far East Consortium International says the government should relax conditions on the conversion of industrial buildings for other uses in a bid to speed up the redevelopment of under-utilised properties.

17 Sep 2012 - 2:15am

Corrections & clarifications

In an article headlined 'Boom time for centres of attraction' published on B1 last Saturday, it stated that property developer Outlet (China) Limited is backed by Beijing CapitaLand. It should have said Beijing Capital Land. The error occurred in the editing process.

11 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Crashers, especially the goofy, a pain for event organisers

One of the inadvertent headaches for many event planners and publicists is the door crashers who by hook or by crook try to scam their way into exclusive parties and events.

Of course, everyone enjoys a good party and wants to attend big-time marquee events. If you're ingenious enough to sneak yourself into a VIP crowd, chances are you'll want to be discreet.

22 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

China Vanke doubles net profit but sees market adjustment

China Vanke, the mainland's largest property developer, said net profit more than doubled last year as robust demand boosted prices, but warned that the market was undergoing a 'rational adjustment'.

21 Mar 2008 - 12:00am

Chinese Estates slumps 17pc on investment losses

Shares of Chinese Estates Holdings suffered their biggest drop in a decade yesterday after the property developer posted a HK$3.33 billion loss on fair value changes of listed securities investments last month.

The stock slumped 17.08 per cent to end at HK$10.58, the steepest decline since January 12, 1998, when it fell 24.53 per cent.

2 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Country Garden stock sees smaller bloom

Shares of Country Garden Holdings, a property developer in Guangdong, rose a less than expected 35.13 per cent on their trading debut yesterday due to the stock market swoon on Thursday and concerns over the mainland's red-hot economy.

The stock, which was touted to surge 40 per cent on its first day of trading, rose as much as 36.62 per cent before settling at HK$7.27.

21 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

SINO PROSPER TAKES COAL-GAS STAKE

Property developer Sino Prosper Holdings has taken a stake in a firm developing coal-gas technology. Sino Prosper said yesterday it had paid about two million yuan (about HK$1.87 million) for 29 per cent of Beijing Bluesky Technology. The firm said it was diversifying into the power business because of a recent downturn in China's property sector.

29 Jan 2003 - 12:00am

Changed accounting hits profit

China Everbright's net earnings fell 51.39 per cent to HK$552.18 million in the six months to June 30, compared with HK$1.14 billion in the same period last year. Turnover grew slightly to HK$119.11 million from HK$118.58 million.

5 Sep 2001 - 12:00am

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