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Nan Fung Development’s Kai Tak project targets start-ups and creative enterprises

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Nan Fung Development paid a Hong Kong record of HK$24.6 billion for a commercial site in Kai Tak in May. Now the developer is revealing its plans for the Kowloon East site

Sogo operator’s profit triples on strong investment income

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Profit boosted by disposal of the group’s interest in Lifestyle Properties to the tune of HK$420.8 million

Is another new ‘land king’ about to emerge at Kai Tak?

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Commercial plot Area 1F Site 2 at former airport site expected to go for anywhere between HK$14.3 billion and HK$22 billion

The tiny Gulf country with a $335 billion global empire

Qatar is regaining its appetite for deals. In the past two months alone, the world's richest country per capita invested in Turkey's biggest poultry producer, Russian oil giant Rosneft, and U.K. gas company National Grid.

Chinese developers, Hong Kong government says xie xie

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Mainland Chinese developers have set one record after another at Hong Kong’s land auctions, boosting receipts to a record

Former Hong Kong airport likely to become target for developers eyeing key source of land

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The former Kowloon home of Hong Kong’s airport, Kai Tak, which is a core part of the city’s next central business district (CBD), will become an acquisition target as developers bet on corporates moving from Central as rents soar, according to industry experts.

Sogo owner Lifestyle International wins Kai Tak site for HK$7.39b

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Lifestyle International outbids six rivals for site that may be future home to twin iconic towers

Hong Kong market likely to open higher on hopes for Shenzhen stock connect

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Hong Kong’s stock market is poised to open slightly higher on Monday on hopes for the introduction of the Shenzhen stock connect scheme.