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Kai Yuan to Buy Paris Marriott Hotel for $468 Million
June 17 (Bloomberg) -- Kai Yuan Holdings Ltd., an investor in Chinese steelmakers and real estate, said it agreed to buy the Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysees for 344.5 million euros ($468 million).
Kai Yuan Pays $466M For Central Paris Marriott Hotel  Law360 (subscription)
Hong Kong firm to buy Marriott Champs-Elysees hotel in Paris for $469 mln  Reuters
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Sung Hung Kai Properties lost 0.473 per cent to trade at HK$94.65 with a turnover of 409.05 million. The share price of ... “The People's Bank of China (PBOC) had good reason to change its currency regime: to counter yuan overvaluation and meet IMF ...
Sino Land, CK Property and Sun Hung Kai still top Hong Kong property picks
Major Hong Kong property developers such as Cheung Kong Property Holdings, Sino Land and Sun Hung Kai Properties will not be dislodged from their roost over the city's property sector because they have an extensive line up of luxury projects and the ...
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Volatile China stocks close higher, Hong Kong ends sharply up
11:40am: Senior management and controlling shareholders from 333 A-share listed companies said they have increased or they will increase their holdings of stocks in the secondary market in their companies in a move to prevent freefall of their share ...
From tycoons to state bosses: key people in Chinese business
Online innovator: Ma Huateng, co-founder and chairman of Tencent Holdings Ltd. Ma, who is no relation ... SUV queen: Wang Fengying, general manager of Great Wall Motors Ltd. Appointed in ... Net nuts and bolts: Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei ...
Lenovo parent Legend Holdings generates US$2 billion in Hong Kong IPO
Legend Holdings, the parent of computer giant Lenovo Group, priced its initial public offering in Hong Kong at HK$42.98 per H share, generating about US$2 billion from the sale of 352.944 million shares.
China's Record 400 Billionaires And Billionaire Families (Full List)
Li Hejun, Hanergy Holding Group, 48, renewable energy, $31.3 billion. 2. ..... Zhang Kaiyuan, Beijing SPC Environment Protection Tech, 61, manufacturing, $1.3 billion ... Chu Jinfu, Henan Senyuan Electric Co Ltd, 58, electrical power equipment, $1.2 ...
Cash-strapped broadcaster ATV announces agreement with new investor
The deal is expected to be formally announced by Deloitte, the court-appointed auditor assigned to help the station find an independent company to buy 10.75 per cent of ATV's shares from Panfair Holdings, a company controlled by Wong. The court last ...
In China, Tech Firms Wage a Price War With Movie Tickets
“Price is all that matters now in the market,” said Li Kai, CEO of komovie.cn, a Beijing-based online ticketing site. “Whichever site that launches a sales promotion will see a sudden rise in sales volume that day.
Chinese Tech Firms Think Outside the Box Office With Cheap Movie Tickets  Nasdaq