China Vanke, Shenzhen's biggest property developer, said it remains confident that earnings will grow at least 30 per cent this year despite ongoing official measures to cool home prices.Monday, 1 August, 2005, 12:00am
The world's biggest outdoor skateboard stadium in Shanghai, a star jumping over the Great Wall and a snowboard school offered in the city's indoor ski slope.
This is how a California company listed on the New York Stock Exchange is attacking the Chinese market, riding into town on skateboards and snowboards to persuade consumers to buy its fashion, sportswear and accessories.1 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Words of wisdom on reits from singapore's most powerful woman
When her father-in-law speaks, everyone listens. When she speaks...
Singapore's most powerful woman, Ho Ching, on Thursday warned that real estate investment trusts (reits) were a high-risk investment product, telling a group of investors these were 'not one-way up-escalators to guaranteed gains'.30 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Hong Kong's property big guns are continuing their buying assault on second-tier mainland cities.
Spurred by Li Ka-shing's $6.4 billion worth of mainland acquisitions earlier this year through development flagships Hutchison Whampoa and Cheung Kong (Holdings), prominent Hong Kong-based developers are keen to keep up with their competitors.29 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Obvious beneficiaries of the yuan revaluation are companies such as Chinese airlines and power producers burdened with foreign debt, as a stronger yuan will translate into a reduced absolute debt load and lower interest expenses.
The airlines will also benefit from a modest reduction in jet fuel prices when they refuel at foreign airports.23 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Hong Kong-listed SNP Leefung Holdings, which holds the contract to print the Chinese edition of Vogue magazine, plans to invest tens of millions of dollars in a new joint venture printing operation in Shanghai.
The women's magazine will be launched in China in September with a target circulation of 300,000 per month, the printing firm's chief executive, Yeo Chee Tong, said.22 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Toy firm confirms arrest of two directors, worker21 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Asian Citrus Holdings will be in Hong Kong today to market an initial public offering of up to $205 million on London's Alternative Investment Market (AIM).
Asian Citrus, China's largest orange grower, originally planned to float in Hong Kong. Its defection to London reflects the keen competition among exchanges.18 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Yanion International Holdings will raise $780 million by placing up to 1.3 billion new shares to buy a medium-sized mainland steel plant.
Shareholders yesterday approved the deal which would leave Yanion holding 52.6 per cent of Minmetals Yingkou Middle Plate in Liaoning province through subsidiary Guohua International Investment.14 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Fertiliser group Sinochem Hong Kong Holdings said yesterday it planned to sell 390 million new shares to investors at $1.25 to $1.70 each to maintain the minimum public float required under the listing rules.13 Jul 2005 - 12:00am