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  • Dec 21, 2014
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Sino Land

Sino Group is one of the largest property companies in Hong Kong, and also has significant operations in Singapore where a sister company is a major property developer. The group has private holding companies owned by the Ng family, and three publicly listed companies: Tsim Sha Tsui Properties, Sino Land Co, Sino Hotels (Holdings). Yeo Hiap Seng, another sister company, specialises in food and beverages in Asia. 

Lack of developments a drag on Sino Land's net profit

Sino Land chairman Robert Ng says market changes are being driven by economic and property-related policies. Photo: Dickson Lee

Sino Land said its unaudited underlying net profit for the six months to December fell about 45 per cent, mainly owing to a lack of development profits and the high earnings achieved a year earlier.

Thursday, 27 February, 2014, 1:35am

Sino Land and Hopewell raise The Avenue prices by 2 per cent

Potential buyers wait at Hopewell Centre for a chance to snap up units of Sino Land and Hopewell's The Avenue in Wan Chai. Photo: Sam Tsang

Sino Land and Hopewell have raised prices at The Avenue in Wan Chai by 2 per cent after buyers snapped up the first batch of 220 units in less than four hours.

28 Nov 2013 - 3:13am 1 comment

Sino Land sees HK$4b in property sales in Hong Kong and China since July

Sino Land chief Robert Ng says three developments will be sold this financial year. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Sino Land has reaped more than HK$4 billion from the sale of properties in Hong Kong and the mainland since July.

28 Oct 2013 - 12:15pm

Sino Land boss Daryl Ng trials mini-turbines in taps to generate electricity

Daryl Ng says mini turbines in water pipes at the Olympian City mall are a success. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Sino Land executive director Daryl Ng hopes it may be feasible to install mini turbines in the mains water supply to a building so that when a tap is turned on, the flow of the water will turn the turbines and generate electricity.

23 Oct 2013 - 4:49am

Grim July sales take shine off Sino Land results

Sales were booked from Tai Po's Providence Bay. Photo: SCMP

Sino Land's underlying profit rose 25 per cent in the past financial year but the company expects challenges ahead amid a fall in home sales.

29 Aug 2013 - 4:59am

Directors plunge in to buy over holiday-shortened week

Sino Land chief Robert Ng's firm joined in buying back shares.

Buying by directors surged after falling for four straight weeks, while selling plunged during the holiday-shortened week of May 13 to 16, based on filings with the Hong Kong stock exchange.

20 May 2013 - 4:18am

Strauss-Kahn gives South Sudan some 'special attention'

High ambition.

After some time out of the limelight following his spectacular fall from grace in 2011, former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has resurfaced in unusual circumstances.

16 May 2013 - 3:53am

Strong home sales, prices lift Sino Land's results

Strong home sales, prices lift Sino Land's results

Sino Land's underlying profit jumped 80.5 per cent to HK$4.48 billion in the six months to December due to strong property sales as home prices hit new highs. 

28 Feb 2013 - 5:02am

Sino Land to sell The Avery units from HK$4 million next week

Victor Tin (2nd from left), associate director of Sino Land says the firm will offer an initial batch of 30 flats at The Avery in the first stage. Photo: Dickson Lee

The Avery, at 16 Hau Wong Road, will have 78 flats on 24 storeys. Forty are studio units and 38 are one-bedroom units. Typical flat sizes range between 313 and 439 sq ft in terms of gross floor area. Eight flats are special units with a roof top or garden.

16 Feb 2013 - 4:30am

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Cash sweetens 10 deals at Providence Bay

13 Feb 2013 - 5:21am

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British fashion brand Topshop to open HK flagship store.

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15 Dec 2012 - 3:12am

Sino Land sales and land buys to be unaffected by cooling measures

Robert Ng

Sino Land chairman Robert Ng Chee Siong said yesterday the company would continue to buy development sites despite government measures to cool the property market.

The measures "won't affect our sales schedule of new projects", he said at the firm's annual general meeting.

1 Nov 2012 - 4:48am

Market Open:Hong Kong stocks seen higher on easing hopes after disappointing China PMI

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 

3 Oct 2012 - 9:57am

Despite cooling efforts, HK land auctions fetch record-breaking prices

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

Insider buys spring back, sales up for two straight sessions

Lee Shau-kee

Insider buying rebounded sharply last week and insider selling was up for a second straight trading session, based on filings made to the stock exchange for the last week of August.

3 Sep 2012 - 5:00am

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