Keppel Land expands in Vietnam

Of all the Singaporean companies in Vietnam, few have more confidence in the long-term future of Indochina’s largest country than Keppel Land (KepLand), the property arm of one of the island’s largest conglomerates, Keppel Corporation. It’s putting its money where its mouth is with its plans to invest $1 billion in Vietnam’s tallest building, an 88-storey complex of shops, offices and residences...

Keppel Land’s Q1 profit down 3.5% on year

Mainboard-listed Keppel Land has posted a 3.5 percent drop in quarterly earnings. First quarter net profit came in at S$60.3 million, down from S$62.5 million in the same period last year. This was much lower than a Dow Jones Newswires poll estimate of S$98 million. Revenue fell by 7.6 percent on year to S$273.1 million. The weak earnings came on the back of a cautious property market, following the...

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