Shanghai business buys Aussie resort
Shanghai-based China Capital Investment Group has bought an island resort at the heart of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia for about A$25 million ($19.21 million). The SouthMolle island resort in Whitsundays had been put up for sale by owner Craig Ross in April, FairfaxMedia reported onWednesday. “The sale includes a 12 hectares’ developable beachfront land, including a frontage of more than 600 meters of one of the only sheltered north-facing white sand beaches in the region and a secluded 15-hectare parcel in the middle of the island, surrounded by national park,” the report said. stock trading board. The National Equities Exchange and Quotations system has approved the listing of Dongliweilai Tech, which makes sockets and other connected home appliances for Xiaomi, the company said at a media briefing in Beijing. Xiaomi declined to disclose any details of its investment in the appliance maker. 2010 and April 15 this year, according to theMinistry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. A welding defect was found on latches for baby seats of the models, it said. kroner for the same period last year.