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Sun Wah says will diversify property investments
11/12/2013 04:16 pm

Hong Kong’s Sun Wah group will diversify its investments in Vietnam’s property industry besides its traditional segment of trade centers and office buildings, said the group’s chairman.

Jonathan Choi told the Daily on Monday that the group would consider to invest in industrial parks and given the group’s relationships with international companies, Sun Wah will bring more investors to Vietnam.

Choi was speaking at a press briefing to introduce the community event “Sun Wah and Friends” that is scheduled for December 1 in the campus of the Saigon Pearl residential complex on Nguyen Huu Canh Street.

Sun Wah, established in Hong Kong in 1957, is known for its business in six different spheres, including financial services, real estate, infrastructure, food, and telecommunication.

Its investment projects in Vietnam are numerous, including the 22-story Sun Wah Tower on Nguyen Hue Street in HCMC’s District 1, the aforesaid Saigon Pearl, and a big stakeholder in the investment fund VinaCapital.

Source SGT

 
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