CHINESE President Mr Jiang Zemin warned of widespread political chaos if the country fails to control hyper inflation and a run-away economy. The Hang Seng Index finally broke the 7,200 mark on Monday, with a 106.43 jump to 7,276.39, only to reach 7,447 on Thursday following the announcement of renewed Sino-British talks on the Chek Lap Kok airport. Sing Tao Holdings and its major shareholder, Ms Sally Aw Sian, announced plans to consolidate their control over Jademan (Holdings) by buying the 34 per cent stake of former Jademan boss Mr Tony Wong Chun-loong. SEA Holdings indirectly purchased Wellington Place in Central - an acquisition by Crownroy Investments, 55 per cent indirectly owned by SEA - for $625.7 million, along with the purchase of a large portion of Citicorp Centre in Causeway Bay from HSBC LifeGroup, for $815 million. Managing director of Cathay Pacific Airways, Mr Rod Eddington, has warned shareholders to expect a fall in profits this year. Company results FAR East Holding International plunged into the red with a loss of $47.6 million, compared with profit of $4.1 million in 1991. Guangzhou Investment Co reported a sharp jump in profit to $218.7 million for last year. Capacitor manufacturer Firstone International Holdings reported a 183 per cent rise in profit to $30.17 million for the year. Shun Shing Holdings reported a 74 per cent fall in profit to $13.55 million. Hongkong Telecom reported profits of $6.43 billion, as profits attributable to shareholders rose 13.3 per cent. In the week to come IN THE region, domestic export statistics classified by industrial origin for the first quarter is to be released tomorrow. Survey results of Monthly Survey of Retail Sales for March to be released on Thursday Quote of the week - Said a broker following the Sino-British agreement to resume talks on Chek Lap Kok airport.