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CSCI announced its operating information for August 2018

2018-09-10
(10 September 2018) China State Construction International Holdings Limited (“CSCI” or “The Group”, Stock Code: 03311) recorded an accumulated new contract value of HK$82.51 billion in the eight months ended 31 August 2018, year-on-year growth of 14.2%, and hence achieved a 68.8% completion of the full year target of 2018 (which has been revised up to no less than HK$120.0 billion). As of 31 August 2018, the on-hand contract value of the Group amounted to approximately HK$357.22 billion, among which the backlog was approximately HK$229.83 billion.


Major New Contracts Awarded in August 2018 include:


STTL 601, Yiu Sha Road Whitehead Residential Project, Ma On Shan, Hong Kong (The attributable contract value of the Group is about HK$1.46 billion. Such project includes residential building, house, carpark and others with a total gross floor area of 35,970 square meters. The construction period is about 25 months.);


Beiyixian Road and Underground Utility Tunnel Project, Chengdu, Sichuan province (The attributable contract value of the Group is about HK$2.40 billion. Such project includes arterial road, municipal road, underground utility tunnel and others. The construction period is about 14 months.).


# The Monthly Update has been prepared based on internal management records of the Group which have not been audited or reviewed by external auditors, and as such the data is for information only.

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