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Ck Hutchison Bought Back 310,000 Shares For Hk$15.9 Million On Sept 24 - HKEX Filing
Ck Hutchison Bought Back 200,000 Shares For HK$10.2 Mln On Sept 20 - HKEX Filing
CK Hutchison Announces Deal With Ooredoo Group To Combine Indonesian Telecom Businesses
CK Hutchison Holdings Limited is a conglomerate operating diverse businesses in many countries around the world. The Company operates its business through four segments. Ports and Related Services segment operates ports and terminals in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australia. Retail segment operates various health and beauty chains in Europe and Asia. It also operates supermarkets, consumer electronics as well as bottled water and beverage products manufacturing and sale in Hong Kong and Mainland China. Infrastructure segment has diversified investments in energy, transportation, water, waste management, waste-to-energy, household infrastructure and infrastructure related businesses all around the world. Telecommunications segment operates telecommunications services, offering a wide range of telecommunications and digital services in Europe, Asia and Australia.
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Tzar Kuoi Li
Executive Chairman of the Board, Co-Managing Director
Frank John Sixt
Group Finance Director, Deputy Managing Director, Executive Director
Kin Ning Fok
Group Co-Managing Director, Executive Director
Tak Chuen Ip
Deputy Managing Director, Executive Director
Hing Lam Kam
Deputy Managing Director, Executive Director
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Qatari's Ooredoo said on Wednesday it has extended the period of exclusivity for a memorandum of understanding with CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd for a possible combination of their respective telecommunications businesses in Indonesia.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd, the ports-to-telecoms arm of retired billionaire Li Ka-shing, reported a 27% fall in 2020 net profit on Thursday, weighed down by sharp drops in oil, gas and fuel prices as the coronavirus pandemic smashed demand.
Qatar's telecoms company Ooredoo and Hong Kong conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings are exploring a deal to merge their Indonesian units, the two companies said on Monday.
Mexico's president on Tuesday said he would try to revoke a "100-year" concession for the major port of Veracruz, which he said was "privatized" by one of his predecessors.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd <0001.HK>, the ports-to-telecoms arm of retired billionaire Li Ka-shing, posted a 29% fall in first-half net profit on Thursday, hurt by a collapse in crude oil prices and slumping global trade and retail demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.
EU antitrust regulators will take their case to Europe's top court after a lower tribunal scrapped their veto against CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd's 10.3-billion-pound ($13.4 billion) bid for Telefonica's British unit O2 UK.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd <0001.HK> said its 2020 profits will be impacted by the plunge in oil prices and currencies but retired billionaire Li Ka-shing's conglomerate's financial standing will be able to withstand the impact.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd posted a 2% rise in full-year profit on Thursday, as steady growth in telecommunications and retail and stable earnings from ports and infrastructure helped offset energy and currency headwinds.
* FY PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE HK$39,830 MILLION VERSUS HK$39,000 MILLION AS REPORTED A YEAR EARLIER
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd <0001.HK> is weighing a combination of its Indonesian telecommunications business with that of Malaysia's Axiata Group Bhd <AXIA.KL>, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd , the ports-to-telecoms arm of retired billionaire Li Ka-shing, said it does not feel Chinese companies are being barred from M&A opportunities in the global markets, even though its bid in Australia was blocked.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd , the ports-to-telecoms arm of retired billionaire Li Ka-shing, said on Thursday it would support Temasek Holdings' plans to offload a part of its stake in beauty and health retailer A.S. Watson.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd, the ports-to-telecoms arm of retired billionaire Li Ka-shing, on Thursday posted an 11 percent rise in full-year profit, as stable growth in retail, telecommunications, infrastructure and ports businesses helped offset currency headwinds.
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings [TEM.UL] is in talks to sell a small portion of its 24.9 percent stake in beauty and health retailer A.S. Watson, part of conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd <0001.HK>, a source said.
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