Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
China West. LSE:CHWI London Ordinary Share GB0033330373 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.415p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 2.0 -1.0 -2.7 - 3.02

China West. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/6/2011
07:33
cancelled end of story
andrbea
04/5/2011
10:49
dead in the water - no advisors and the listing on AIM suspended
philjh
22/7/2010
09:51
Yep...cheered me up a treat, considering I topped up some a couple of weeks ago :-)
rockabilly.
21/7/2010
08:27
Looks like there is life in this old dog yet! http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=43676966&symbol=L%5ECHWI
p@
09/3/2010
17:29
RNS Number : 2878I China Western Investments PLC 09 March 2010 9 March 2010 China Western Investments plc ("China Western" or "the Company") Board changes The Company announces the resignations of Michael Shields and David Thomas as directors of China Western with immediate effect. The Company wishes to thank Mr. Shields and Mr. Thomas for their past assistance.
flyingswan
05/2/2010
11:24
In a sea of red, today's increase is very welcome IMO
rockabilly.
03/2/2010
11:34
the very good and informative posts number 182 and 184 by buystock makes extremely interesting reading. the summary of the court case in the link describe some convoluted schemes and some arrangements which are , to me at least, extremely difficult to follow. Hemisphere is mentioned. Lhanzou is mentioned. Personally, I always find this level of complexity in company affairs a worrying sign. All IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
02/2/2010
11:29
Price has been ticking up nicely since just before ten...hope it keeps up the momentum :-)
rockabilly.
02/2/2010
10:45
CHWI appears from the chart to have formed a Bull Flag Continuation Pattern see the video on the link: http://www.cantos.com/features/Sandy%2BJadeja/project/5625/term/Masterclass
flyingswan
02/2/2010
10:10
MM,S ARE now trying to offload all the stock they took @0.88 dont get caught.they have no cash and a writ against them.not good looks like immediate payment of £10000000+interest JUST FOUND THIS no doubt the reason behind the dumping/fall http://legalref.judiciary.gov.hk/lrs/common/ju/ju_frame.jsp?DIS=68967&currpage=T
buystock
01/2/2010
16:14
tara no longer pumping this one?
brando69
01/2/2010
16:12
not good looks like immediate payment of £10000000+interest JUST FOUND THIS no doubt the reason behind the dumping/fall http://legalref.judiciary.gov.hk/lrs/common/ju/ju_frame.jsp?DIS=68967&currpage=T
buystock
01/2/2010
16:11
JUST FOUND THIS no doubt the reason behind the dumping/fall http://legalref.judiciary.gov.hk/lrs/common/ju/ju_frame.jsp?DIS=68967&currpage=T
buystock
31/1/2010
10:14
China's economic recovery gathers pace http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8407327.stm Prices are rising faster than analysts expected China has shown further signs of economic recovery with factory output surging and its export slump easing. Industrial output in November rose to its strongest position since June 2007, rising 19.2% from a year earlier. Consumer prices also grew year-on-year in November for the first time in 10 months. The index rise of 0.6% beat analysts' expectations of 0.4%. November's year-on-year fall in exports of 1.2% was the slowest of 2009, although growth had been expected. Imports rose 26.7% in November from a year earlier. This meant the country's trade surplus - the difference between imports and exports - narrowed to $19.9bn in November compared with $24bn in October. 'Strong figures' "China's trade is certainly recovering thanks to tariff cuts and efforts to keep the currency rate stable," said Yi Xianrong at the China Academy of Social Sciences. Analysts said they expected exports to start growing in the coming months. There was further good news on domestic retail sales, which the Chinese government is actively trying to stimulate. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said that sales were up 15.8% in November compared with the same time last year. The latest data on output, exports and sales generally exceeded the expectations of economists. "This is a strong set of figures," said Lin Songli at Guosen Securties in Beijing.
buystock
30/1/2010
06:00
Welcome The information is being disclosed for the purposes of Rule 26 of the AIM Rules for Companies China Western Investments Plc is the holding company of Lanzhou International Trade Building Company Ltd (LITBC), a company incorporated in Lanzhou which is the capital of Gansu Province, Peoples Republic of China. Lanzhou has a population of 3.5 million and is one of the four principal cities in North West China. Lanzhou has benefited from the prosperity of China's domestic tourist industry over recent years which has stimulated investment in infrastructure such as new roads and airport expansion. Lanzhou is also considered to have potential for attracting international tourism being a focal point of a west-bound tourist route for the historic "Silk Road". LITBC owns a site at 258-260 Qingyang Road, Lanzhou, Ganzu Province, PRC. The building is located in the prime commercial and financial centre in Lanzhou comprising of a commercial podium of ten storeys with total lettable commercial space of 55,000 square metres and 15,000 square metres of underground car parking and engineering rooms. Permission is granted to build on top of the podium of the building a further 30 storey with a total area of 30,000 square metres for hotel / office / residential development. LITBC can also develop the Resettlement Buildings adjacent to the main building with 49,000 square metres. LITBC has an interest in the site which derives from a Land Use Certificate issued on 8th October 2001 which grants land use rights for commercial purposes for a term of 40 years. The Main Building has been completed up to level 10 ie the retail podium. The lower ground floor and levels 1,2 & 3 of the Main Building are leased to Baoji Wenqi Furniture Company limited for 10 years to 31st December 2010. Level 4 of the Main Building is leased to Wonjia Furniture Company Limited for a term expiring 30th May 2010 In mid 2006 LITBC obtained a franchise to operate a general hospital. The lease is for an initial period of 5 years from April 2005. A charity has the licence to run the hospital and this is subcontracted to LITBC which, in return, will treat 200 charity cases per year. http://www.chwi.co.uk/
buystock
29/1/2010
15:06
This is great news for Chine Western Investments – CHWI: China's property prices up 3.9% in Oct Published: 10 Nov 2009 01:12:34 PST http://news.alibaba.com/article/detail/business-in-china/100198027-1-china%2527s-property-prices-up-3.9%2525.html Nov. 10, 2009 (China Knowledge) - Property prices in 70 major Chinese cities rose 3.9% year on year in October, according to statistics released by National Bureau of Statistics today. The growth was 1.1 percentage points higher than that in September. During the month, new residential property prices climbed 4% from a year earlier, 1.3 percentage points more than in the previous month. Sixty-two of the 70 cities saw increases in new residential property prices. There was a 12.1% year-on-year increase in Guangzhou, an 11% increase in Jinhua, an 8.9% in Shenzhen, an 8.5% increase in Ningbo and an 8.3% increase in Jinzhou. Six cities saw prices for new residential property fall compared with prices in September of last year. There was a 4.9% year-on-year decline in Jilin, a 3.7% decline in Xuzhou, a 2.1% decline in Tangshan, a 0.9% decline in Wuhan and a 0.1% decline in both Shijiazhuang and Quanzhou. The prices of second-hand residential properties increased 4.6% year on year or 0.4% month on month in October, and the prices of new non-residential properties grew 2.3% year on year or 0.2% month on month.
buystock
29/1/2010
15:04
CHWI has property in the UK as well as China. Does this article make you happier? China Property Prices, FDI Rise In September 10/15/2009 7:47 AM ET http://www.rttnews.com/Content/AllEconomicNews.aspx?Node=B2&Id=1094351 China's property prices in September rose at their fastest pace in a year as record lending and government stimulus boosted the economy. At the same time, foreign direct investment rose for the second straight month in September. Property prices in 70 cities rose 2.8% year-on-year in September, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday. That was the fourth consecutive increase after declines in seven months. In August, prices were up 2%. Continuing growth in Chinese property prices suggests that the country's real estate market is improving. On a monthly basis, prices rose 0.7% in September, slightly down from a 0.9% growth recorded in August. Prices of newly built residential properties rose 2.7% annually in September, quicker than the 1.5% increase seen in August. Prices in the secondary market grew 3.8% from a year earlier, slightly higher than August's 3.6% rise.
buystock
29/1/2010
15:04
CHWI has property in the UK as well as China. Does this article make you happier? China Property Prices, FDI Rise In September 10/15/2009 7:47 AM ET http://www.rttnews.com/Content/AllEconomicNews.aspx?Node=B2&Id=1094351 China's property prices in September rose at their fastest pace in a year as record lending and government stimulus boosted the economy. At the same time, foreign direct investment rose for the second straight month in September. Property prices in 70 cities rose 2.8% year-on-year in September, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday. That was the fourth consecutive increase after declines in seven months. In August, prices were up 2%. Continuing growth in Chinese property prices suggests that the country's real estate market is improving. On a monthly basis, prices rose 0.7% in September, slightly down from a 0.9% growth recorded in August. Prices of newly built residential properties rose 2.7% annually in September, quicker than the 1.5% increase seen in August. Prices in the secondary market grew 3.8% from a year earlier, slightly higher than August's 3.6% rise.
buystock
29/1/2010
15:02
China Werstern Investments CHWI - Video of the area where the building is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwz1WMls4cI Looks interesting.
buystock
29/1/2010
15:01
China Western Investments CHWI Up 39% as more people see value in the Commercial Property Sector. Today's rise may have something to do with articles like this one in the press: http://www.examiner.com/x-20010-NY-Economy-and-Politics-Examiner~y2009m9d20-China-and-Albania-have-the-worlds-best-growth-in-real-estate-tourism-and-investment--in-2009 Real estate sales are up 53% in China In China the strength of the property sector has been another big surprise. Property sales were up 53% in the first six months from a year earlier, according to a survey commissioned by the statistics bureau and published in the China Information News, while nationwide prices averaged across 70 cities climbed year on year in June...
buystock
29/1/2010
14:59
2V1 BLUE BY CLOSE
buystock
29/1/2010
14:55
all buys on plus mm,s has a sell @0.88 but it wont stay here long
buystock
29/1/2010
14:48
just bought another 137k oversold
buystock
29/1/2010
12:24
surprised to see a huge drop here - someone selling in quantity - anyone know whats going on?
philjh
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