53 articles about "Salcon Bhd"
Specialist water funds are starting to bump up against capacity constraints after another outstanding year of inflows. How big is too big?
Japanese boom bolsters Asia stocks index as Chinese investors punish smaller firms Vol 19, Issue 1 (January 2018)
After a 12% fall in 2016, our weighted portfolio of Asian water stocks put in a positive 6.4% performance last year. What held it back from generating an even stronger return?
A Singapore government-brokered partnership between Darco Water Technologies and InfraCo Asia is treading virgin ground for foreign companies in Vietnam. Bearing the demand risk is the price to pay for getting back into the asset ownership business.
Choppy Chinese stock markets undermined the performance of GWI’s Asia stock index last year, as compliance worries were compounded by a devaluation of the yuan. A few stars managed to buck the trend.
Low-pressure membrane specialist Scinor is understood to be in the process of being acquired by Shenzhen listed private company Top Resource Conservation & Environment Corp. for a purchase price in the region of RMB900 million ($138 million).
Asset-light home market offers room for growth as Ranhill speeds through cash Vol 17, Issue 4 (April 2016)
Ranhill has been left short of cash for existing restructuring commitments after a sceptical market pushed down its IPO price to the bottom of the indicated range. Capex-light wastewater services and NRW reduction contracts may throw a lifeline to the company.
- Shenzhen-listed wastewater project developer Anhui Guozhen Environment (AGE) has announced that it would acquire 72.31% of...
- Singapore-listed EPC contractor Darco Water Technologies, meanwhile, is merging with its Chinese competitor Wuhan Kaidi Water Services...
- Chinese industrial water project developer CT Environmental Group (CTEG) announced the signing of an integrated utility concession contract to provide...
Maynilad is demanding compensation from the Philippine government totalling PHP3.44 billion ($77.7 million) to account for revenues lost as a result of its rate rebasing dispute.
The island nation is undertaking an ambitious water and wastewater infrastructure development plan as it attempts to reverse the under-investment caused by 25 years of civil unrest. Full-scale PPPs are still some way off.
The award of the massive Langat 2 drinking water contract last month is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of Malaysia’s water infrastructure needs. Where will the next batch of opportunities come from?