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#11
Dahil ata dito, kaya ito tumaas kanina:

http://business.inquirer.net/19269/1m-jo...nment-city

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Four investors—Resorts World Manila developer Travellers International Hotel Group Inc.; the SM group; Bloomsberry Investments; and Japan’s Aruze group—have been licensed by Pagcor to develop the project.
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#12
...SMPH steps into 13.00 territory...nice
Pls don't follow me....I'm lost too! hehe
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#13
(09-15-2011, 07:29 PM)Luc23 Wrote: Dahil ata dito, kaya ito tumaas kanina:

http://business.inquirer.net/19269/1m-jo...nment-city

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Four investors—Resorts World Manila developer Travellers International Hotel Group Inc.; the SM group; Bloomsberry Investments; and Japan’s Aruze group—have been licensed by Pagcor to develop the project.
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kalerkey yang inquirer na yan ha. bloombery hindi bloomsberry. hihihi.

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#14
SM Prime to open 5 new malls in 2012
By Zinnia B. Dela Peña (The Philippine Star) Updated September 19, 2011 12:00 AM

http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?pub...eId=728579
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#15
Shopping mall trivia
Four of the 12 biggest shopping malls in the world are in the Philippines, according to global property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle. And these are all SM Prime malls, obviously. The sprawling SM Mall of Asia aka MOA is the biggest in terms of actual land usage but SM City North Edsa is the country’s largest in terms of gross leasable area (425,000 square meters). It is also the third-largest in the world after South China Mall (660,000 sqm) in Dongguan, China, and Jin Yuan (560,000 sqms) in Beijing.
The fourth-biggest in the world is the Philippines’ MOA, followed by SM Megamall. Ranking sixth to 11th are: Dubai Mall in the UAE; West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada; Cevahir Istanbul in Turkey; Berjaya Times Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Beijing Mall in China; and Zhengjia Plaza in Guangzhou also in China. SM City Cebu completes the top 12 list.
SM has now started construction of its largest mall in Tianjin, China, virtually ensuring that this list will change again in the next few years.—Doris C. Dumlao

http://business.inquirer.net/19957/biz-b...-the-skies
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#16
Tama po ba ang basa ko dito?

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#17
^^ sir jeckgo, tama, pero not enough pag volume lang dahil maganda pa rin volume,
however, 68 na sa RSI ko and i see resistance at around 70-72. 13.16 is a major resistance, looking at the candlestick patterns, spinning top followed by a shooting star, and with the 5dMA already so far apart with the 30dMA, may possibility nga na mag correct ito bukas after opening strongly for the first few minutes tomorrow.

(09-19-2011, 09:18 AM)aiu1225 Wrote: Shopping mall trivia
It is also the third-largest in the world after South China Mall (660,000 sqm) in Dongguan, China, and Jin Yuan (560,000 sqms) in Beijing.

i've been to the mall in beijing - on a weekday. it's obscenely huge. and because the mall culture in china is totally different than what we have here, it's like a ghost town. stayed there until around 7pm and ate at a restaurant, walang katao tao. everybody's probably working. di tulad dito sa pinas, daming naglalakwatsa.
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#18
Posted on September 22, 2011 10:23:14 PM
SM Prime set to open 4th China mall amid expansion bout


SM PRIME Holdings, Inc., the country’s largest mall developer, will open today its fourth mall in China in line with plans to expand operations abroad and in the Philippines, a statement released yesterday showed.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...t&id=38781
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#19
Posted on November 03, 2011 09:25:46 PM

SM Prime posts 15% hike in third-quarter net income

SM PRIME Holdings, Inc., the operator behind the country’s largest mall chain, hiked its consolidated net income by double-digits on the back of store expansions and rental growth.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...e&id=41068
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#20
Posted on December 08, 2011 10:11:19 PM
BY FRANZ JONATHAN G. DE LA FUENTE

SM Prime to borrow P5B to help fund P21-B capex for 2012

SM PRIME Holdings, Inc., the mall operating arm of the SM Group, has moved to secure a P5-billion loan to fund part of its P21-billion capital expenditure (capex) for next year, a ranking official said on Wednesday.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...2&id=43006
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