Sino Land has no hesitations on investing in Hong Kong

Posted: Oct 28 2014Last Updated: Jul 14 2017
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Sino Land23 October 2014 - Occupy Central has now run into its fourth week yet Sino Land (0083) Chairman Robert Ng Chee Siong is not worried that the pro-democracy protests will destroy the rule of law in Hong Kong as he thinks the protests will not last forever. He therefore has "no hesitations" continuing to invest in Hong Kong.   
 
Sino Land won the bid for the Kwun Tong mega development site earlier this year, and will also be releasing 1,300 pre-sale units in three projects shortly.
 
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