Shanghai Industrial Holdings
34 articles about "Shanghai Industrial Holdings"
Hong Kong-listed Shanghai Industrial Holdings has agreed to invest RMB1.23 billion ($183 million) to increase its stake in water project developer Longjiang Environmental Protection Group by 48%, to bring the group’s total stake to 90%.
- 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...
The line between public and private water players in China is becoming increasingly blurred, as new strategies emerge to gain market share. How sustainable are the current trends?
David Lloyd Owen presents his fifteenth annual review of PSP in the international water arena. With a seventh of the world’s population now served by the private sector, what’s next in the market for outsourced services?
Quoted Asian water stocks regained some ground last year after a disastrous 2011. What lies in store for the year of the snake?
The next move in Shanghai Industrial’s game of water chess will be to float a portion of Asia Water on the Hong Kong stock exchange. It also plans to move into desalination.
Asia’s listed water stocks failed to benefit from investor interest in emerging markets last year. The GWI Asia Index ended the year down 23%.
A poor showing from the European majors acted as a drag on the performance of the GWI Global Water Index this month. What will the new year bring?
An unusually active month for CEO departures failed to rock the boat as far as broader water stock performance was concerned. Rumblings of increased M&A activity could have a positive effect going forward.
The Asian segment of the GWI Water Index flatlined throughout 2010. What is the prognosis for 2011?