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China Resources Land

China Resources Land Limited
State-owned enterprise (Red chip)
Industry Real estate
Founded 1994
Headquarters Hong Kong, People's Republic of China
Area served
Key people
Chairman: Mr. Song Lin
Parent China Resources
Website China Resources Land Limited

China Resources Land Limited (SEHK: 1109) is a property developer of China Resources Group. Its business is the development and management of residential and investment properties in Mainland China major cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Wuhan and Hefei, Hangzhou, Wuxi, Dalian, Ningbo, Changsha, Suzhou, Chongqing and Shenyang. It was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange as red chip stock in 1996.

Through its subsidiaries, China Resources Land is engaged in property development, investment and management, and construction and decoration services. China Resources Land's residential projects include Oak Bay, Phoenix City Phase 3, Phoenix Plaza, The Bund Side, Jade City, Phoenix City, Wuhan Phoenix City, Hefei French Annecy and Wuxi Taihu International Community.

China Resources Land's subsidiaries include Strong Foundation Developments Limited, Boom Go Group Limited, Best Hope Group Limitedm Big Leap Group Limited, Direct Win Group Limited, Bright Choice Group Limited, King Role Limited, Cosmart Resources Limited, Kennex Enterprises Limited and Kennex Enterprises Limited. The immediate holding company of the Company is China Resources (Holdings) Company Limited. On July 16, 2008, the Company acquired Smooth Day Group Limited, from Gain Ahead Group Limited. On November 28, 2008, it acquired Bridge Win Investments Limited.

China in 2003 had 123.4 million hectares of cultivated land, 11.1 million hectares of gardens, 234 million hectares of forest land, 263.1 million hectares of grassland, 25.5083 million hectares of land for other agricultural uses, 25.3542 million hectares of land for residential, industrial and mining uses, 2.1 million hectares of land for communication and transportation uses and 3.5653 million hectares of land for water conservancy facilities.

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