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Sinohydro Corporation

Sinohydro expects growth in orders, overseas revenue

Sinohydro, the world's biggest dam builder, plans to increase domestic orders and overseas revenue to double digits this year, as the central government plans to expand the mainland's hydropower sector as part of its clean energy drive.

Wednesday, 23 May, 2012, 12:00am

Sinohydro wins contracts in Malaysia and Kuwait

Sinohydro, China's biggest dam builder, has won a US$388 million contract to build university campuses in Kuwait and a 9 billion yuan (HK$11 billion) land reclamation project in Malaysia, the Shanghai-listed firm announced yesterday.

13 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Sinohydro warns it is vulnerable to risk overseas

Sinohydro Group, which lists in Shanghai today, faces growing political and financial risks with its rapidly increasing international business.

The Chinese state-owned enterprise is the world's biggest dam builder, having built two-thirds of the country's dams - and half of the world's.

It has continuing and completed projects in over 50 countries.

18 Oct 2011 - 12:00am

Sinohydro's reduced IPO raises 13.5b yuan

Sinohydro Group, the mainland's largest builder of dams, set its initial public offering price at the bottom end of the range to raise 13.5 billion yuan (HK$16.46 billion), 22 per cent less than originally targeted.

29 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Sinohydro in US$2b deal to build dams in Laos

In one of the biggest overseas hydroelectric deals involving a Chinese firm, Sinohydro signed a US$2 billion framework agreement with the Laotian government this week, the state firm's website said.

16 Apr 2011 - 12:00am

Sinohydro targets 45b yuan from mainland initial public offering

Sinohydro Corp, a state-owned hydropower engineering and construction company, is planning to raise 45 billion yuan (HK$50.3 billion) by floating the company's assets on the Shanghai exchange, a source with the company said.

The source, who asked not to be identified, said the firm's A-share listing and restructuring plans had been approved by the State Council.

25 Apr 2008 - 12:00am