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By Jennifer L. Carr (auth.), Jennifer L. Carr (eds.)

This e-book represents the 7th variation of what has turn into a longtime reference paintings, significant businesses OF THE a long way EAST & AUSTRALASIA. This quantity has been conscientiously researched and up to date considering the fact that ebook of the 6th version, and offers extra corporation info at the most vital businesses within the zone. the knowledge within the e-book was once submitted commonly via the corporations themselves, thoroughly at no cost. For the 1st time, a 3rd quantity has been extra to the sequence, protecting significant businesses in Australia and New Zealand. the firms indexed were chosen at the grounds of the dimensions in their revenues quantity or stability sheet or their significance to the enterprise surroundings of the rustic within which they're established. The publication might be up-to-date and released each year. Any corporation that considers it truly is eligible for inclusion within the subsequent version of significant businesses OF THE some distance EAST & AUSTRALASIA, should still write to the publishers. No cost whatever is made for publishing information about a vital Asian corporation. while the publishers have taken each care to make sure actual reporting of the corporate info contained during this booklet, no legal responsibility should be permitted by way of both the publishers, their editorial employees, or their vendors for any mistakes or omissions, nor for the implications thereof . . Graham & Trotman Ltd is a member of the Kluwer educational Publishers workforce and publishes over 450 company and know-how books. a listing is offered on request.

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03,88 HK$'OO Turnover 558,903 Profit after tax 53,137 Total assets 512,143 PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Plastic injection molding machines Date of Establishment: 1964 No of Employees: 50 CHIYU BANKING CORP LTD 78 Des Vouex Road Central, Hong Kong Tel: 843-0111 Cable: CHIYU Telex: 83488 Hx Telefax: 810-4207 Chairman: Tan Kong-Piat 33 HONGKONG Wong (Deputy Managing Director), Alex Cowan (Technical Consultant), Alfred Pang (Shipbuilding General Manager), Joseph Peng (Manager in Offshore Oil Exploration Servicing Division) CHUANG'S (HOLDINGS) LIMITED 1/F,49-51 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: 342-0165 Cable: CHUANGS Telex: 55618 LAMDA HX; 37612 CHHOL HX PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Shipbuilding activities including repairing; steel fabrication; civil and mechanical engineering; offshore oil exploration services; hospitality business Subsidiary Companies: Argos Engineering & Heavy Industries Co Ltd; Chung Wah Shipbuilders Ltd; Strong Way Investment Ltd; Argos Bus Services Co Ltd; Chung Wah Technical Services Ltd; Argos Yachts Ltd; Kwong Lung Co Ltd; Content International Ltd; Gilman Engineering Ltd Principal Bankers: Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation Chairman: Dr Chuang Chung Wen Directors: Kuo Yung Chin (Duty Chairman), Dr Andrew S L Chuang (Managing Director), Alan S S Chuang (Managing Director), Yip Hing Chung, Siu Hok Chung Senior Executives: Kuo Yung Chin (General Manager Overseas), Dr Andrew S L Chuang (General Manager Industries), Alan S S Chuang (General Manager - Property), Richard T H Hung (Manager - Investment & Finance), Stephen Ho Yum Suen (Manager - Group Administration & Personnel), Anckes Y K Hung (Controller - Finance & Accounts) No of Employees: 3,000 PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Designing and manufacturing telephone sets and telecommunication equipment; manufacturing electronic watches, conventional biomedical equipment and mechanical measuring instruments, etc; property development; finance and investment Parent Company: Chuang's (Holdings) Limited Subsidiary Companies: Chuang's Cutlery & Holloware Limited; Chuang's Industrial Company Limited; Chuang's Synthetic Fabrics Limited; Chuang's Finance Limited; Chuang's Indonesia Limited; Chuang's Land Company Limited; Chuang's Real Estate Agency Limited; Friston Trading Company Limited; Lambda Electronic (Holdings) Limited; Lambda Technology Limited (Formerly known as Chuang's Development Limited); Supreme Wind Limited; Chuang's Industries (Singcpore) Limited, etc Principal Bankers: Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation; Bank of America; Bank of Tokyo CITIBANK NA Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Tel: 807-8211 Cable: CITIBANK Telex: 73243 FNCB HX Telefax: 807-8322 Senior Executives: Steven K Baker (Division Executive, East Asia Division) PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Banking and finance Branch Offices: 27 Parent Company: Citicorp Subsidiary Companies: Citicorp International Ltd; Citicorp Investment Services Ltd; Citicorp Trade Services Ltd; Citicorp International Trading Co Inc; Citicorp Asia Pacific Ltd; Citicorp Commercial Finance (HK) Ltd; Vickers da Costa & Co HK Ltd; FNCB Financial Ltd; Diners Club International (HK) Ltd; Citicorp Insurance Brokers (International) Ltd; Quotnet (HK) Ltd Date of Establishment: February 23rd, 1960 No of Employees: Approx 1,000 CHUNG NAM WATCH CO LTD Date of Establishment: December 1902 No of Employees: over 2,000 Chung Nam Building, 20-21 Floor, 1 Lockhart Road, Hong Kong Tel: 529-6111 Cable: Picok Hk Telex: 75277 CHNAM HX COMMERCIAL BANK OF HONG KONG LTD (THE) Chairman: Chong Hok Shan Directors: Chong Ching Um, Chong Hok Shan (Managing), Chong Hot HOi, Chong Hok Hei Senior Executives: Chong Ching Um (Manager), Betty Lam (Export Manager) Commercial Bank of Hong Kong Bldg, 120 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong Tel: 541-9222 Cable: Honcombank Telex: 73085 HX Telefax: 541-0009 PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Watches and accessories for watch products: watch bands; locks, alloy and metal wares Branch Offices: Factories: 15th Floor, Tung Chong Factory Building, Blocks AfB, 653-5 King's Road, Hong Kong; 6th Floor, Stanhope House, 734 King's Road, Hong Kong; 9-11 Sai Wan Ho Street, 2nd Floor, Shankiwan, Hong Kong Principal Bankers: Banque Nationale de Paris; Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation; Bangkok Bank Ltd Chairman: Robin Y H Chan (also Managing Director); Vice Chairman: John C C Cheung Directors: Dennis H S Lam (General Manager) PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Banking and financial services for the private comrnercial sector Branch Offices: 11 branches nationwide Subsidiary Companies: The Commercial Bank of HK (Nominees) Ltd (HK); The Commercial Bank of HK (Trustee) Ltd (HK); Hocomban Finance Ltd (HK); Hocomban Investments Ltd (HK); Hocomban Realty Ltd (HK); Money Securities Co Ltd (HK) Financial Information: 1988 HK$'OOO Deposits 3,138,283 Profits 30,858 100,000 Authorised capital 100,000 Paid-up capital 4,939,494 Total assets Date of Establishment: 1935 No of Employees: Approx 750 CHUNG WAH SHIPBUILDING & ENGINEERING CO LTD 41 Yau Tong Marine Lot, Cha Kwo Ling Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: 727-6333 Cable: Wah built Telex: 45803 Wahbu Hx Telefax: 754-5144 Chairman: Wong Wah-Sang Directors: Philip Carberry, Wilson Wong, Peter Wong, Alice Wong, Edward Wong, Ronnie Wong, Peter Wang Senior Executives: Peter Wong (Managing Director), Peter Wang (Director/General Manager - Steel Fabrication), Wilson Principal Shareholders: Bangkok Bank Ltd; Tokai Bank Group Date of Establishment: 1934 No of Employees: 370 34 HONG KONG CONTINENTAL MARINER INVESTMENT CO LTD CONIC INVESTMENT CO LTD 12/F Conic Investment Building, 13 Hok Yuen Street, Hunghom, Kowloon 1002 Great Eagle Centre, 23 Harbour Road, Hong Kong Tel: 893-3485 Cable: OAKSS Telex: 73005 OAKSS HX Tel: 333-6111, 339-6111 Cable: CONICINV Telex: 45961 CONIC HX; 75961 CYICL Chairman: Steve Gee-King Hsu (Also Director) Directors: Frank Gee-Way Hsu, James Tse-Min Hsu, Watson Hua-Chien Tang, Fred Ching-Pen Tsai, Shih-Yeh Liu, Clement Kam-Hung Lee Telefax: 764-3152 Chairman: Ji Jiang Hui Directors: Wang Mei Yue, Xue Yongshou, Cheung Hon Sun, Cao Sigen, Miu Pui Kun, Zheng Oi Bei, Choi May Chuen, Li Hongan, Charles Lee Yeh Kwong (Non-Executive Director), Lam Kwong Siu (Non-Executive Director), Lau Chiu Yip (NonExecutive Director), Lee Hung Sang (Non-Executive Director), Chan Chi Wang (Non-Executive Director) PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Shipowners and operators Subsidiary Companies: Overseas Mariner Investment Co Ltd, (wholly-owned); All Oceans Shipping Company Ltd; Glory Steamship Corporation; Keele Shipping Ltd; Libery Maritime Corporation; Mansfield Shipping Ltd; Orient Marine Associates Ltd; Prolific Mariners Inc; Seatrans Inc; Solar Navigation Co Ltd; Spiffing Enterprises Ltd; Valor Carriers Inc; Virtuous Transport Ltd; Panamanian Marine Enterprises SA Principal Bankers: Citibank; Banque Nationale de Paris; Chemical Bank; Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corp; Hang Seng Bank Ltd PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Investment holding company with subsidiary and associated companies engaged in property investment, electronics, LCD and plastics manufacturing, trading and warehousing Subsidiary Companies: Bony Electronics Limited; Chamton Godown Limited; Chee Yuen Industrial Company Limited; Conic Development Company Limited; Conic Lands Limited; Conic Properties Company Limited; Conic Realty Limited; Conic Securities Limited; Conic Semiconductor Limited; Contec Electronics Inc; Contec Electronics (HK) Limited; Cony Electronic Products Limited; Far East United Electronics Limited; Hong Yuen Electronics Limited; Hop Cheong Plastic Manufactory Limited; Hung Nien Electronics Limited; Jecko Electronics Limited; Jeckson Electric Company Limited; Jeckwell International Trading Company Limited; Kattington Investment Limited; Magicsound Company Limited; Merrycity Company Limited; Pro-Conic Electronics Limited; Sunshine Land Company Limited; Well Horn Company Limited; Worldwide Polyfoam & Engineering Limited COSMOPOLITAN PROPERTIES & SECURITIES LTD 1701 Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Hong Kong Tel: 526-22", 1 Telex: 80402 Telefax: 810-5216 Chairman: Patricia Will PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Property sales and management CREATIVE INVESTMENT LTD Shop 2 Car Po Commercial Bldg, 37 Pottinger Street, Hong Kong Tel: 542-3679 Telex: 85263 YICK Principal Bankers: Chase Manhattan Bank NA; Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation; Bank of China Group Financial Information: 1988 Chairman: John Hau Chung Chau HK$'OOO Turnover Profits after tax Total assets 1,319,869 PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: Investment holding company 30,138 CREDIT LYONNAIS-HONG KONG BRANCH 1,035,839 32nd Floor, Gloucester Tower, Pedder Street, Hong Kong Tel: 526-2051 Cable: CREDIONAIS Telex: 76390 CRED HX Telefax: 810-1270 Principal Shareholders: Sin King Enterprises Company Limited Date of Establishment: July 25th, 1975 No of Employees: Approx 5,500 CONSOLIDATED COMMERCIAL CORPORATION LTD Mohado Ltd Senior Executives: J C Leclercq (General Manager), D Truchi (Asst General Manager), T Valsemey (Asst General Manager), Jean-Claude Gelhaar (Asst General Manager), A van den Berg (Asst General Manager) 3rd Floor, Block A, Shing Lee Building, 6/12 Wing Kut Street, Hong Kong PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: International banking and finance Parent Company: Credit Lyonnais, France Tel: 542-0444, 544-2224, 542-0921 Date of Establishment: 1863 No of Employees: 85 Cable: LADHARAM HK Telex: 74061 CCCLT HX CROCODILE GARMENTS LTD Telefax: 542-0923 79 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: 342-5111 Cable: CROCODILE Telex: 44452 CROCD HX .

88 HK$'OOO Sales turnover 752,000 1,049,000 Profit before tax Total assets 9,959,000 Chairman: James Z M Kung Directors: S C Hu, Takaaki Ohya, Sir Y K Kan, James Z M Kung, Mrs Naomi Li, Robert C K Kwok, K K Tse, Y Y Wang, Hsiang-Chien Tang, Yuko Oana, Akira Kanazawa Senior Executives: James Z M Kung (Chief Manager), Takaaki Ohya (Deputy Chief Manager), Y Y Wang (Deputy Chief Manager), S Fung (AsSistant Chief Manager), Samuel K S Ng (Assistant Chief Manager), Norman Y Tao (Assistant Chief Manager), F Y Wong (Assistant Chief Manager) PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: General banking business Branch Offices: 14 Branches in Hong Kong and Kowloon.

88 HK$'OOO Sales turnover 752,000 1,049,000 Profit before tax Total assets 9,959,000 Chairman: James Z M Kung Directors: S C Hu, Takaaki Ohya, Sir Y K Kan, James Z M Kung, Mrs Naomi Li, Robert C K Kwok, K K Tse, Y Y Wang, Hsiang-Chien Tang, Yuko Oana, Akira Kanazawa Senior Executives: James Z M Kung (Chief Manager), Takaaki Ohya (Deputy Chief Manager), Y Y Wang (Deputy Chief Manager), S Fung (AsSistant Chief Manager), Samuel K S Ng (Assistant Chief Manager), Norman Y Tao (Assistant Chief Manager), F Y Wong (Assistant Chief Manager) PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES: General banking business Branch Offices: 14 Branches in Hong Kong and Kowloon.

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