Hsin Chong Group Holdings, which built Hong Kong’s famous Ocean Park, was delisted on New Year’s Eve. Photo: Sam TsangHsin Chong Group Holdings, which built Hong Kong’s famous Ocean Park, was delisted on New Year’s Eve. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hsin Chong Group Holdings, which built Hong Kong’s famous Ocean Park, was delisted on New Year’s Eve. Photo: Sam Tsang

Ocean Park builder among record number of firms booted off the Hong Kong stock exchange under new delisting rule

  • A new delisting rule expels companies from the exchange if their shares are suspended for a long period and they fail to make improvements before a strict deadline
  • Hsin Chong, the firm that built Hong Kong’s iconic Ocean Park and the former Kai Tak Airport, was the latest to get the boot, on New Year’s Eve
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Hsin Chong Group Holdings, which built Hong Kong’s famous Ocean Park, was delisted on New Year’s Eve. Photo: Sam TsangHsin Chong Group Holdings, which built Hong Kong’s famous Ocean Park, was delisted on New Year’s Eve. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hsin Chong Group Holdings, which built Hong Kong’s famous Ocean Park, was delisted on New Year’s Eve. Photo: Sam Tsang
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