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Sixteen firms record 69 purchases worth HK$121 million (US$15.4m) versus eight firms with 29 disposals worth HK$58 million
Langham Hospitality Group plans to expand its Auckland Cordis hotel to be the biggest in New Zealand by room count.
Flats to be built on land at Wong Chuk Hang are likely to fetch prices similar to those in the city’s more traditional upmarket areas, analysts forecast
Cordis is a new upper-scale brand of the Langham Hospitality Group, and the 411-room Auckland hotel will its first in the Pacific region.
At least nine Hong Kong developers have submitted bids for the Peel Street tender in Central
Champion Reit, the real estate investment trust controlled by Hong Kong family business Great Eagle Holdings, is offering its office tower at Langham Place at city centre Mongkok for sale with an estimated price of about HK$26 billion (US$3.33 billion).
97-year old widow of the late company founder says there is no truth to suggestions that she has been manipulated to support lawsuit against HSBC
97-year old wife of the late company founder makes her grievances against the bank public, before court case begins next month (0-1)
Opposing camps of the billionaire family Lo trade salvos on eve of court proceedings over management of the family’s wealth
Family-owned businesses, when they are well-managed and cohesive, can outperform other types of corporate structure, according to a 2015 Credit Suisse report, which studied 920 family-controlled enterprises with at least US$1 billion in market value.
The Lo family of the Great Eagle Group is divided into two opposing camps in the fight for the family wealth, with reconciliation unlikely, according to one son
NY gold futures jump to US$1,263 per ounce, the highest level in three months as investors worry about uncertainties in Trump’s Congress speech
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Speak a little truth and people lose their minds. No one expected a turf war when the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) jointly launched a three month consultation in June to collect views from the market on amending the listing procedure.
Lo Ka-shui says regulator-based regime would not promote market development and would be damaging to Hong Kong as an international centre