Cheung Kong scotches reports of HK$4bn loan

Cheung Kong Holdings, one of Hong Kong’s biggest property developers, told EuroWeek on Tuesday it had no plans to raise capital, refuting reports that it was seeking a HK$4bn loan.

  • 13 Jan 2009

A spokeswoman at Cheung Kong said the company had not held talks with lenders, saying they had no need to raise capital at the moment.

The South China Morning Post reported on Tuesday that Cheung Kong was in talks with Bank of China and other lenders for a ...

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