22 articles about "SIIC Environment"
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.
Shenzhen-listed Safbon Water Service completed its acquisition of 68% of troubled ceramic membrane maker ItN Nanovation at the end of 2016.
China Minsheng to return UESH to the stock exchange via reverse takeover Vol 17, Issue 10 (October 2016)
United Engineers has completed the sale of its environmental engineering business, UESH, to a joint venture of China Minsheng and China Water Affairs Group director Liu Yujie. The new owners are reversing their new holding back onto the Singapore stock exchange.
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%.
While investor-owned water utilities in California enjoyed double-digit share price gains this month, doubts over the future of the Cadiz water project took 60% off the value of Nasdaq-listed Cadiz, Inc.
Listed Chinese industrial wastewater treatment specialist Shanghai Safbon has announced that it is negotiating to acquire Swedish technology company Purac AB.
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?
Singaporean EPC contractor Darco Water Technologies is returning to China with the acquisition of 60% of EPC contractor Wuhan Kaidi Water Services.
The arrival of Chinese water firms as international players has rung the changes in GWI’s latest survey of the top 50 private water companies. Suez Environnement, meanwhile, edges Veolia out to take the top slot for the first time.
Underwriter Maybank bought 38 million shares in Malaysian developer Malakoff Corporation on 18 May to stabilise the share price after the stock dipped post-IPO.