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CK Life Sciences

CK Life Sciences International (Holdings) Inc.
長江生命科技集團有限公司
Type Listed company
Industry Biotechnology
Founded 2000
Headquarters Hong Kong, China
Area served Hong Kong
Key people Chairman: Mr. Victor Li
Parent Cheung Kong Holdings
Website CK Life Sciences International (Holdings) Inc.

CK Life Sciences International (Holdings) Inc. (Chinese: 長江生命科技集團有限公司) (SEHK: 775), or CK Life Sciences, is the subsidiary of Cheung Kong Holdings in Hong Kong. It is engaged in the business of research and development, commercialization, marketing and sale of biotechnology products.[1] The chairman is Mr. Victor Li, the elder son of Mr. Li Ka-shing, the chairman of Cheung Kong Holdings.

It was established in 2000 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange via Growth Enterprise Market in 2002 (Former stock code: SEHK: 8222).[2][3] It was transferred to Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2008.[4][5]

References

  1. ^ CK Life Sciences International Holdings Inc.
  2. ^ CK Life Sciences Bestowed Outstanding Biochemistry Technology Company Award by Capital Magazine
  3. ^ CK Life To Raise HK $2.93 Bn Via IPO
  4. ^ Li Ka-shing, Li Tzar-kuoi raise stake in CK Life Sciences
  5. ^ Transfer of Listing from GEM to Main Board

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  • CK Life Sciences International (Holdings) Inc.
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