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Foreign-backed investors are pocketing £200m a year from Britain's privatised railways just by leasing them trains - Mirror Online

2017-08-16 mirror.co.uk
And the RMT union reveals train passengers would see their fares cut by 2.1 per cent if 'rip-off' was ended

CK Hutchison H1 profit rises 7 pct, meets forecasts

2017-08-03 reuters
HONG KONG, Aug 3 (Reuters) - CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd , the ports-to-telecoms arm of billionaire businessman Li Ka-shing, posted a 7-percent rise in first-half net profit on Thursday, buoyed by strength in its telecoms business in Europe.

Acquisitions, economic growth drive sales at Beijing Capital's Waste Management NZ

2017-07-12 nzherald.co.nz
Waste Management, New Zealand's biggest waste collection and recycling company, lifted sales by 2.3 per cent in 2016 through a combination of acquisitions and increased demand and says it is enjoying another year of growth.

Canada Oil, Gas Assets Beat US in Clash for Foreign Cash

2017-06-20 rigzone
Investors from outside North America busting into the continent’s oil and gas business are increasingly more likely to make a buy in Canada than in the United States, a recent Firmex report with Mergermarket found.

Li Ka-shing's firms slump as pound falls

2017-06-12 thestar.com.my
Li Ka-shing’s (pic) CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd and Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Ltd were among the biggest losers in Hong Kong trading, as the slumping pound cut the value of the companies’ UK earnings. Sterling slid 2% after Britain’s ruling party lost its majority in a snap election.

Li Ka-Shing’s firms slump as falling pound hurts profit outlook

2017-06-09 themalaymailonline
Li has much riding on Britain as the country is the biggest profit generator at the billionaire’s business empire. — AFP picHONG KONG, June 9 ― A hung parliament in the UK is translating into losses for one of Asia’s richest men.

Chinese investment in Australia surges 11.7pc as deals hit record US$11.5b

2017-05-01 scmp
Record 103 deals signed with Chinese companies in 2016, with 76pc of those reached with private firms

Chinese investment in Australia surged 11.7 per cent to $15.4b last year: report

2017-05-01 theage.com.au
Chinese investment in Australia surged 11.7 per cent last year to $15.4 billion amid booming demand for agricultural assets and infrastructure, according to a report released on Monday.

Chinese investment in Australia surged 11.7 per cent to $15.4b last year: report

2017-05-01 smh.com.au
Chinese investment in Australia surged 11.7 per cent last year to $15.4 billion amid booming demand for agricultural assets and infrastructure, according to a report released on Monday.

Annual Financial Report 2016

2017-04-28 londonstockexchange
Unit 607, 6th Floor, FWD Financial Centre, 308 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Australia approves Chow Tai Fook’s Alinta Energy buyout

2017-04-24 scmp
Chow Tai Fook Jewellery, the major unit of the Hong Kong conglomerate controlled by the city’s third richest family, dropped almost 3 per cent in Monday morning trading after media reports said its parent won Australian regulatory approval to acquire gas and electricity provider Alinta Energy Holdings for US$3.1 billion.

HK’s Chow Tai Fook wins Aussie approval for Alinta takeover

2017-04-23 themalaymailonline
Australian utilities such as Alinta and Duet have attracted foreign interest because of steady cash flows from their gas and electricity assets. — AFP picSYDNEY, April 23 ― Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Ltd., the Hong Kong conglomerate best known for its jewelry stores, has won Australian regulatory approval to acquire gas and electricity provider Alinta Energy Holdings Ltd.

FIRB approves Chow Tai Fook's takeover of Alinta

2017-04-23 theage.com.au
The deal has been approved by the Foreign Investment Review Board and is subject to strict conditions, a spokeswoman for Treasurer Scott Morrison said on Sunday, without elaborating on the details. Mr Morrison decides on approvals for overseas investors on advice from the investment board.

FIRB approves Chow Tai Fook's takeover of Alinta

2017-04-23 smh.com.au
The deal has been approved by the Foreign Investment Review Board and is subject to strict conditions, a spokeswoman for Treasurer Scott Morrison said on Sunday, without elaborating on the details. Mr Morrison decides on approvals for overseas investors on advice from the investment board.

Li Ka-shing wraps up Duet deal in biggest overseas purchase

2017-04-21 themalaymailonline
Li had to sweeten the deal in January and add a special dividend of 3 cents a share to win control of the energy network. — Reuters picSYDNEY, April 21 ― Li Ka-shing has wrapped up his biggest overseas deal on record, the A$7.4 billion (RM24.6 billion) takeover bid for Australian power provider Duet Group, nine months after he was barred from buying another power asset there on national security concerns.