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Published by: Asian Business Case Centre
Originally published in: 2007
Version: 30 August 2007
Revision date: 21-Sep-2012
Length: 17 pages
Data source: Generalised experience

Abstract

In December 2006, Sinchong Property Investment Pte Ltd (SPIPL), a Singapore-based property investment firm, signed a letter of intent to take over a partially completed hotel project from the Wuxi City Authority for consideration of a sum of RMB45 million. The original property development called for a 22-storey three-star hotel building with 220 rooms and a four-storey staff building. The concrete structure had already been built, but due to financial difficulties, the Chinese owner had to relinquish the project. Within sixty days prior to the signing of the final agreement to take over the project, SPIPL was keen to ensure that the project was feasible and that the new hotel, its first such project in China, would succeed. During this period, Liang Chee-Sian, the Chief Executive Officer of SPIPL must assess the business challenges of developing and operating the new Hotel Wuxi International.
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Abstract

In December 2006, Sinchong Property Investment Pte Ltd (SPIPL), a Singapore-based property investment firm, signed a letter of intent to take over a partially completed hotel project from the Wuxi City Authority for consideration of a sum of RMB45 million. The original property development called for a 22-storey three-star hotel building with 220 rooms and a four-storey staff building. The concrete structure had already been built, but due to financial difficulties, the Chinese owner had to relinquish the project. Within sixty days prior to the signing of the final agreement to take over the project, SPIPL was keen to ensure that the project was feasible and that the new hotel, its first such project in China, would succeed. During this period, Liang Chee-Sian, the Chief Executive Officer of SPIPL must assess the business challenges of developing and operating the new Hotel Wuxi International.

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