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2011

NWDS sets up Mianyang New World Department Store, its first store in Mianyang City.
New World Harbour Race 2011 is successfully held on 16 Oct 2011. The Race receives positive feedbacks and attracts a total of 1,000 participants, spanning the individual and team categories.
New World Group announces its full support to New World Harbour Race, an iconic sporting event organised by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association after a 33-year hiatus.
New World Hospitality hotel management company completes a transaction to purchase Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, L.L.C. Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will operate as the ultra-luxury brand in New World Hospitality's portfolio.
With NWS Holdings as the major shareholder, Newton Resources Ltd (Stock Code: 1231) is listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.
New World Group participates in MSF Day 2011 and has raised HK$480,000, becoming the corporation raising the highest amount of the year for the fifth time.
NWDS opens its third store in Shenyang, namely the Shenyang New World Department Store.
New World Department Store's first store in Zhengzhou, Zhengzhou New World Department Store, commences operation on 22 April 2011.
NWS Holdings announces the acquisition of interest in three water projects in Jiangsu province through its joint venture entity with an attributed total investment amount of approximately RMB300 million. The three water projects, namely Nanjing Golden State Chengbei Waste Water Treatment Plant, Taizhou Golden State Water Plant and Taizhou Golden Harbor Water Plant, are already in operation with a concession period of 30 years.
The Teaching Hotel of CUHK invested by New World Group with HK$1.3 billion is opened on 4 January. It comprises Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin and the teaching building named Cheng Yu Tung Building.