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Soho China Ltd (0410.HK)

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Soho China says FY net profit attributable RMB910 million
Thursday, 23 Mar 2017 12:14am EDT 

Soho China Ltd <0410.HK>: FY turnover of approximately RMB1,577 million, representing an increase of approximately 58 percent year over year . FY net profit attributable RMB910 million, increase of approximately 69 percent .Board recommended the declaration and payment of a special dividend of RMB0.346 per share.  Full Article

SOHO China posts HY net profit RMB 599.1 million<0410.HK>
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016 12:21am EDT 

Soho China Ltd <0410.HK>: 2016 interim results announcement <0410.HK> . HY turnover RMB727.09 million versus RMB393 million . HY net profit RMB 599.1 million versus RMB 134.5 million . Says board recommended the declaration and payment of a special dividend of RMB0.19 per share . Board did not recommend the declaration of interim dividend for the six months ended 30 June 2016 .  Full Article

SOHO China says SOHO Shanghai agreed to dispose a property<0410.HK>
Friday, 29 Jul 2016 10:43am EDT 

Soho China Ltd <0410.HK>: Discloseable transaction disposal of property <0410.HK> . Soho Shanghai has agreed to dispose of the property to the purchaser at the consideration of RMB3.22 billion . Soho Shanghai has entered into the agreement with Guo Hua Life Insurance Co .  Full Article

SOHO China announces resignation of chief financial officer
Friday, 11 Sep 2015 05:28am EDT 

SOHO China Ltd:Says Resignation of executive director and chief financial officer.Jim lam has resigned as an executive director and chief financial officer of the company.Duties of the chief financial officer will be undertaken by Yan Yan.  Full Article

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Soho China scraps Shanghai building sale due to capital controls

HONG KONG, March 24 Commercial property developer Soho China said it scrapped a deal to sell its Shanghai commercial building because it would not be able to move the proceeds offshore due to China's tightened capital controls.