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Greenland Hong Kong Says Unit And Foshan Jiantou City Development Entered Into JV Agreement
Greenland Hong Kong Says To Form A JV For Property Development Project
Greenland Hong Kong Says 10-Mnth Contracted Sales Of About RMB29,272 Mln
GREENLAND HONG KONG HOLDINGS LIMITED is a Hong Kong-based investment holding company principally engaged in property businesses. The Company operates through five segments. Sales of Properties segment is engaged in the development and sales of residential properties, including villas, townhouses and apartments. Lease of Properties segment is engaged in the leasing of commercial and residential properties to generate rental income and gain from the appreciation in the properties’ values in the long term. Hotel and Related Services segment is engaged in the operation of hotels and service apartments. Education segment is engaged in the provision of education and accommodation services to college students. Property Management and Other Related Services segment is engaged in the provision of property management services, project management services, greenery construction services and other related services. The Company mainly operates in China.
No.193 Xiehe Road, Changning District
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Executive Honorary Chairman of the Board
Chief Operation Officer, Executive Director
General Manager - Investment and Development Department
General Manager - Legal and Risk Control Center
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China's property sector woes could spell trouble for prestige mega-projects in London, New York, Sydney and other top cities as the developers behind them scramble for cash.
China Evergrande Group offshore bondholders are concerned that it is close to defaulting on debt payments and want more information and transparency from the cash-strapped property developer, their advisers said.
Chinese property firms watched their bonds take another beating on Friday as the prospect of a wave of defaults in the sector in the wake of China Evergrande's troubles continued to scare off investors.
China Evergrande agreed to settle interest payments on a domestic bond on Wednesday, while the Chinese central bank injected cash into the banking system, temporarily soothing fears of imminent contagion from the debt-laden property developer.
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