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Cala Corporation (CCAA)


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    Sky News5 months ago

    Chinese giant snaps up UK travel website Skyscanner for £1.4bn

    UK travel website Skyscanner is being snapped up by China's Ctrip.com in a £1.4bn deal. It marks the latest swoop by a Chinese company for a British firm. Edinburgh-based Skyscanner, launched in 2003, allows users to compare prices from travel sites when searching for flights, hotels and rental cars.

  • Revealed: Chinese property giant Evergrande is Cala suitor
    Sky News6 months ago

    Revealed: Chinese property giant Evergrande is Cala suitor

    China's second-biggest property developer, Evergrande Group, is in detailed talks to buy the upmarket British housebuilder Cala (Other OTC: CCAA - news) in a deal which could be worth close to £700m. Sky News has learnt that Evergrande (HKSE: 3333-OL.HK - news) , which owns a stake in one of China's most popular football clubs, is the mystery suitor which has been in discussions with Carla's shareholders for several months. Evergrande's emergence as the party in takeover talks with Cala comes after a frenetic period for the heavily indebted Chinese developer, which is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

  • Mystery Chinese predator swoops for upmarket housebuilder Cala
    Sky News6 months ago

    Mystery Chinese predator swoops for upmarket housebuilder Cala

    Sky News has learnt that privately-owned Cala Group, which describes itself as the UK's most upmarket major homebuilder, is in early-stage talks with the potential buyer. Cala (Other OTC: CCAA - news) 's shareholders - Legal & General (LSE: LGEN.L - news) and Patron Capital, a specialist real estate investor - have engaged Lazard, the investment bank, to advise them on the talks, although people close to the situation cautioned that they may not lead to a deal. If a deal does take place, it would represent a vote of confidence in the UK housebuilding sector, as well as underlining the opportunity for overseas buyers to acquire British companies more cheaply since the plunge in the value of sterling after June's EU referendum.