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The movings and shakings within the construction industry.

Construction Growth in Hong Kong Driven by Public Sector Workloads

Construction Output Picks Up Moderately in Singapore According to a Q1 2014 RICS Construction Market Monitor report construction activity continued to increase during the quarter, but at a slower pace than in Q4 last year. The


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Daily wages & construction costs see a drop in Macau

Information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) indicated that the average daily wage of construction workers decreased by 0.8% quarter-to-quarter to MOP631 in the first quarter of 2014, and the average daily wage of local


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China State first qt results for 2014

The unaudited revenue of the Group for the three months ended 31 March 2014 was approximately HK$6,281,413,000 (31 March 2013(restated): HK$4,557,330,000). While the aggregate amounts of operating profit and the share of profits of joint ventures


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The Name’s bond, performance bond

Construction Post looks at the thorny issue of on-demand bonds  It’s a subject that has had contractors and project owners at loggerheads for as along as anyone can remember, the performance bond on a project. The


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Hanison interim profit tumbles by half

Company warns of cost pressures Half yearly profit at mid-sized builder Hanison Construction Holdings (0896) has tumbled by half after the company took a hit on property sales and change of fair value of its investment


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Louis XIII results sees red

Hotel project costs hits interim bottom line Casino and hotel developer Louis XIII Holdings (0577), which formerly traded as Paul Y Engineering, has seen its interim profits wiped out as a result of booking of expenditure


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NWS Holdings annual profit dives 24pc

Construction segment yields $235m operating profit Annual profit at infrastructure company NWS Holdings (0659), a unit of developer giant New World Development (0017), has dived by nearly a quarter due mainly to no repeat of a


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K.Wah to boost rental income

Higher recurring income to iron out sales fluctuations Mid-sized developer K. Wah International Holdings (0173) is hoping to increase the revenue contribution from investment property to iron out fluctuations in revenues from property sales. Speaking at


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Wharf half year profits plunge 27pc

Lower property sales hit bottom line Interim profit at property-to-ports conglomerate The Wharf (Holdings) (004) has plunged by over a quarter due to lower property sales and lower revaluations of its investment properties. The company, which


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Henderson underlying profit dips 4pc

No effect of property cooling measures on turnover With the government recently racking up property cooling measures, half year underlying profit at leading developer Henderson Land (0012) dipped slightly though turnover was not affected, jumping by


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