Guangdong Investment

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Guangdong Investment
public
Traded as SEHK270
Industry water supply, infrastructure, real estate, department store, hotel
Founded
  • 5 January 1973 (1973-01-05) (predecessor)
  • 12 July 1988 (1988-07-12) (as Guangdong Investment)
Headquarters Guangdong Investment Tower, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Area served
mainland China, Hong Kong
Key people
Huang Xiaofeng (chairman)
Owner Guangdong Holdings (54.68%)
Parent Guangdong Holdings
Website gdi.com.hk
Guangdong Investment Limited
Traditional Chinese 粵海投資有限公司

Guangdong Investment Limited is a Chinese company incorporated in Hong Kong. It is engaged in the businesses of property, infrastructure, energy, water supply to Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Dongguan, hotel management and department store operations.[1]

Guangdong Investment is a constituent of Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index (Red Chip index).

The parent company was Guangdong Holdings (held the stake via GDH Limited and Guangdong Trust) Guangdong Holdings is a wholly owned subsidiary of Guangdong Provincial People's Government.

History[edit]

Union Globe Development Limited (zh) was incorporated on 5 January 1973 in Hong Kong. On 12 July 1988 it was renamed into Guangdong Investment Limited, which the listed company was acquired by Guangdong Enterprises : a "window company" of mainland China in the British colony. Since that year Guangdong Investment became a special purpose vehicle that Guangdong Enterprises backdoor listing its assets.

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