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|Forward dividend & yield||0.11 (77.14%)|
|Ex-dividend date||09 Sept 2021|
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A Chinese developer behind the flagship Nine Elms regeneration has sold its 50pc stake in one of the biggest projects in the area for a massive loss following disappointing demand from residents.
An undated concept of Guangzhou R&F’s Vauxhall Square development in London. (Photo: Allies & Morrison)SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Guangzhou R&F Properties has agreed to sell a plot of mixed-use land in London at a loss to Far East Consortium International, in a move that underscores its haste to raise cash to pare its debts.The Vauxhall Square parcel in Vauxhall has been sold for GBP95.7 million ($170.8 million), at a discount of about 42% to market valuation, R&F said in a statement to the Hong Kon
A luxury housing project at the heart of the Nine Elms site in London has been sold by its debt-laden Chinese developer for a £62m loss.