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25 July 1975 Founded by Mr. Luk King Tin and Madam Cheng Cheung engaging in electronics business
1979 Luks Industrial, investing into the People's Republic of China ("the PRC") as a pioneer when the PRC first opened to foreign investors since 1978
1982 Setting up a TV manufacturing plant in Shekou of the PRC, principally engaged in design, manufacturing and distribution of TVs and TV kits. And subsequently, setting up another factory in Baoan, Shenzhen. The two factories together once having employed over 5,000 employees and achieved a turnover of over HK$2 billion per annum
1983 Setting up a joint venture company engaging in TV manufacturing business in Shenzhen, namely Shenzhen Huafa Electronics Company Ltd., which was subsequently listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 1992
07 January 1987 Listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong
1991 Facing with fierce competition especially from local manufacturers, the Group began to diversify from electronics business to property development business in the PRC. Projects completed included Lo Wu Commercial City in Shenzhen, Shenzhen Jinfeng City and several residential estates in Chengdu, and etc...
1991 Regional diversification to Vietnam after finding that Vietnam was in many aspects similar to the PRC at its opening stage for foreign investments, by first setting up a TV manufacturing joint venture company in Vietnam
1992 Setting up of a joint venture company with a company under the Ministry of Defense of Vietnam to build an A-grade office building in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City, namely Saigon Trade Centre. The Group owned 75% of the JV company
30 April 1992 Setting up of a joint venture company with the provincial government of the Hue Province in central Vietnam to construct a cement manufacturing plant with an annual capacity of 600,000 tonnes per annum. The Group owned 67.83% of the JV company, with the Hue's provincial government owning 22.17% and the Vietnam Frontier Fund owning 10%

December 1992

Successfully completion of a HK$360 million Syndicated Loan

June 1996 Merged the Group's TV manufacturing business, mainly including the operations in Hong Kong and factories in Shekou, and Vietnam with TCL Group Ltd to form a joint venture company, namely TCL International Ltd.
July 1996 Successfully completion of issuing a US$14 Million 7% Convertible Bonds being listed on Luxemburg Stock Exchange for financing the Group's investments in Vietnam.
March 1996 Completion of the construction of the cement plant in Hue Vietnam
Aug 1996 Completion of the construction of the Saigon Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam
May 1998 Successfully completion of a right Issue of the Company's shares raising HK$98.8 Million for reducing debts of the Group
26 Nov 1999 The listing of TCL International Ltd. on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and the Group thereafter divesting its shares in TCL for the purpose of reducing debts and diversification of the Group.
April 2001 Re-domicile of Luks Industrial from the registration in HK to Bermuda by the arrangement of replacing Luks Industrial (Group) Ltd. as the ultimate holding company of the Group
Sep 2001 Acquisition of the 25% shareholding owned by the local Vietnamese partner of Saigon Trade Centre, which then became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Group
November 2001 Disposal of the Group's shares in Shenzhen Huafa Electronics Co., Ltd. for a consideration of of HK$135 million
Oct 2004 Completion of the acquisition of the 22.17% shareholding owned by the local Vietnamese partner of the cement plant in Hue, Vietnam
July 2005 Completion of the acquisition of the remaining 10% shareholding of Luks Cement Co., Ltd. held by the Vietnam Frontier Fund and  the cement plant in Hue, Vietnam now became a 100% owned subsidiary of the Group
20 Oct 2006 Announcement of the intended cooperation in setting up a joint venture company to develop a land site in Hochiminh City, Vietnam into a residential property development for sale
05 Jan 2007 Announcement of the signing of a MOU with a Vietnamese company with an intention to set up a JVC to develop a land site in District 2 of Hochiminh City into residential apartments for sale
Jan 2007 Commencement of production for a new cement production line with an annual capacity of 700,000 tonnes
Sep 2009 Annual capacity of the cement plant uplifted to 2.8 million tonnes after the joining of a new 3000 TPD clinkers’ production line into commercial production