- Financial Times•3 days ago
The newly elected government of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is set for its first big test on foreign investment, with two Chinese companies bidding for control of the country's largest electricity ...
- Reuters•3 years ago
* Li Ka-shing's Power Assets to spin off utility into trust * HK Electric Investments to offer 4.43 bln units in HK$5.45-HK$6.30 range * Investment trust to pay yield of 6.26 pct-7.24 pct in 2014 HONG KONG, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Li Ka-shing's Power Assets Holdings Ltd downsized a Hong Kong IPO of its electricity business by nearly one-third to $3.6 billion, a sign that valuations for upcoming deals in the city will need to remain conservative to lure investors.
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