20 June 2011 Asia Pacific/China Equity Research Macro

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Research Analysts Strategy Vincent Chan 852 2101 6568 vincent.chan@credit-suisse.com Peggy Chan, CFA 852 2101 6305 peggy.chan@credit-suisse.com Banks Sanjay Jain 65 6212 3017 sanjay.jain@credit-suisse.com Daisy Wu 852 2101 7167 daisy.wu@credit-suisse.com Property Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com Wenhan Chen 852 2101 6407 wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com Wind Equipment Yang Y. Song 852 2101 6550 yang.y.song@credit-suisse.com Infrastructure Ingrid Wei 86 21 3856 0379 ingrid.wei@credit-suisse.com Dry Bulk Shipping Sam Lee 852 2101 7186 sam.lee@credit-suisse.com Basic Materials Trina Chen 852 2101 7031 trina.chen@credit-suisse.com Telecoms Colin McCallum, CA 852 2101 6514 colin.mccallum@credit-suisse.com Insureance Arjan van Veen 852 2101 7508 arjan.vanveen@credit-suisse.com

STRATEGIC ANALYSIS

Debt threats: Sector and stock level impact

Rising risks to asset quality: Our analysis shows China's credit-to-GDP has risen to alarming levels in the past two years due to massive offbalance-sheet financing. Market has only focused on banking system loans which do not capture this. This raises a red flag for future asset quality problems in banks. Further, based on a bottom-up approach, interest coverage of some 1,000 non-financial companies in 1Q11 declined nearly to 2008-crisis levels. Possible scenarios. Whether it is a ‘soft landing’, ‘hard landing’ or ‘sluggish landing’ scenario depends on the interaction of a number of forces: (1) how the LGFV debt problems are settled; (2) the extent of the property market correction; (3) the CPI inflation outlook; and (4) the global economic outlook. We believe a ‘sluggish landing’ is the most likely scenario. Market implications. We cut our rating on Banks from Overweight to UNDERWEIGHT, on ABC from Outperform to UNDERPERFORM and on BOC from Outperform to NEUTRAL. We have also adjusted earnings, target prices and ratings for other sectors including property, capital goods, infrastructure and shipping. (For a full list of our estimate and target price revisions please see page 6.)

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Focus charts
Figure 1: China – credit and bank loan (x government bond)
(% of GDP) 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 M ar 93 Mar 96 Mar 99 M ar 02 M ar 05 Mar 08 Mar 11 Wid ened gap

Figure 2: Credit-to-GDP gap from long-term trend
(% points) 30 20 10 0 -10 -20 -30 Mar 00 Sep 01 Mar 03 US Sep 04 China Mar 06 Sep 07 Japan Mar 09 Sep 10 Spain Critical lev el - 10% points

C redit-to-GDP

Loan-to-GDP

* Credit includes bank loan, corporate bond and other off-balance sheet financing. Source: PBOC, CEIC, BIS, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: PBOC, IMF, CEIC, BIS, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 3: Declining operating cash flow
R mb bn (seasonally adjusted) 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Dec 07 Dec 09 Dec 08 Dec 10 Jun 08 Jun 07 Jun 09 Mar 10 Mar 07 Sep 08 Mar 09 Sep 09 Jun 10 M ar 11 Sep 07 Mar 08 Sep 10

Figure 4: New supply of system funding
(% of GDP) 50 40 30 20 10 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011E Loans Off-balance sheet loans Corp Bond Equity & Insurance 0.9 0.2 16.0 22.1 0.8 1.9 0.8 2.0 0.6 0.5 13.3 1.0 2.0 15.2 2.2 4.4 14.7 1.6 1.8 2.7 15.8 2.1 3.8 4.6

2.2 3.0 9.6

30.9 21.0

2.2 4.5 6.8 15.7

15.0

* Based on 1,536 A-share companies, seasonally adjusted Source: Wind Database, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: CEIC

(% of GDP) 50 40 30 20 10 1990 1995 China Korea

Source: CEIC

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Figure 5: High leverage

high investment ratio

Figure 6: Upside/downside to 12-month index targets
(% upside/dow nside) 80 60 40 20 0 -20 -40 -60 -80 "Soft Landing" "Hard Landing" MSCI China HSCEI "Sluggish Landing" Shanghai A

2000 India Brazil

2005 Indonesia Japan

2010

Source: Datastream, Credit Suisse estimates

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Figure 7: Chinese economy – scenarios
Scenarios Chance LGFV loans settlement Soft landing 35% Quick decision in the next 6-9 months on how to settle the cost among different parties Limited or no correction; sales rebound in 2012 14-15% (9%+ real growth, 4-5% inflation) 15%+ Stable Remains strong; credit-to-GDP ratio remains high Hard landing 10% No decision on settlement; local governments unable to repay by 2013 Sharp correction (30%+); market doesn't recover in the next 3-5 years Below 8% (7% or lower real growth, no inflation or deflation) Negative or loss making Sharp rise to 5-10% Sluggish landing 55% Compromised decisions made after tough negotiations; some problems removed from the banking system, but not all Modest correction (15-20%); market sluggish with only a mild increase in the next 2-3 years 11-12% (7.5-8.5% real growth, 4-5% inflation) Around 10%

Property market

Nominal GDP growth Listed corporate earnings growth Bank NPL ratio Financial system credit growth

Gradual rise to more sustained level, e.g. 2% Sharp slowdown; credit-to-GDP ratio Slows to lower-than-nominal GDP rapidly drops to below long-term growth level; credit-to-GDP ratio trend gradually back to long-term trend

Source: Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 8: China indices under different scenarios
Index Pot. up/do target (12-mth) Soft landing scenario (35%) MSCI China HSCEI Shanghai A Hard landing scenario (10%) MSCI China HSCEI Shanghai A Sluggish landing scenario (55%) MSCI China HSCEI Shanghai A 98 20,000 4,400 34 7,000 1,300 76 15,000 3,000 54 64 58 -47 -42 -53 19 23 7 15.7 18.1 23.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 15.5 16.2 19.1 -30.0 -30.0 -30.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 13.8 14.8 18.4 -25.0 -25.0 -25.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 16.5 15.2 18.8 6.0 5.7 6.2 13.5 12.2 14.3 14.3 13.1 15.8 8.6 8.2 8.9 12.3 11.1 13.0 12.6 11.4 13.3 11.5 10.9 11.8 11.4 10.3 12.1 (%) 2011E EPS growth (%) 2012E 2013E Medium-Term Implied P/E (x) 2011E 2012E 2013E

Source: DataStream, Credit Suisse estimates

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Debt threats: Sector and stock level implications
There are signs of an economic slowdown in China, and we believe that this may not be just a transient problem, as the situation is much more complex with structural problems. In this report, we re-evaluate China’s macro outlook and look at market implications in view of the recently published system credit statistics.

Credit overhang larger than expected
For the first time, the PBOC has released total system financing data, including the previously opaque off-balance sheet data. We adopted the Basel Committee approach to evaluate the credit risk for the banking sector by looking at the gap between the current credit-to-GDP ratio and its long-term trend, and found that it is already well above 10% (figure 2), the suggested critical level, which is a cause for concern. As a result, we believe even if inflation genuinely comes down (which is doubtful), room for credit relaxation would become much smaller. We compared the credit-to-GDP ratio of China with nine other countries and found that this exercise predicted the outbreak of historical crises relatively accurately. On conducting a separate analysis on China by just looking at loan-to-GDP instead of total credit, i.e., excluding off-balance-sheet items and corporate bond, we find that the deviation is still problematic, but not so severe. This underlies the importance of off-balance-sheet banking activities affecting the policy decisions right now. Credit-to-GDP ratio is 10% higher than the long-term trend

Key macro implications and possible scenarios
We see a few macro implications: First, the pace of relaxation could be smaller than expected even if inflation eases, which could, in turn, dampen economic growth. Second, how the government handles the LGFV will have a meaningful impact on the economy and the market. Third, the biggest risk (not our base-case though) is in the worst-case scenario when the property market corrects significantly along with the general economy. In that case, the negative impact would be severe, and affect investment and overall economic growth. We outline three possible scenarios – soft landing, hard landing and sluggish landing – based on various factors, and assign the probability of occurrence (35%, 10% and 55%, respectively) of each scenario. We believe the sluggish landing scenario is the most likely, whereby some but not all LGFV will be removed from the system, the property market only corrects modestly, nominal GDP will be 11-12%, EPS growth will be 10%, the bank NPL ratio will rise to a more sustained level of around 2% and credit-to-GDP will be lowered to the long-term trend level with slower credit growth than nominal GDP growth. We expect a ‘sluggish landing’ scenario

Market implications
We cut our EPS growth forecast for the MSCI China, the HSCEI and Shanghai A share to 10% for 2011 and 2012, and our new index targets are 76, 15,000 and 3,000, respectively, which still represent 7-23% potential upside. However, we expect the market to remain very difficult and volatile in the next few months. We have made changes to our model portfolio. Most importantly, we are now UNDERWEIGHT (UW) banks from Overweight (OW) previously. In contrast, we have increased our OVERWEIGHT on insurance and consumer, while changing utilities from Market Weight (MW) to OVERWEIGHT. On the flip side, we have increased our UNDERWEIGHT position on the energy and capital goods sectors. We cut HSCEI target from 17,500 to 15,000

OVERWEIGHT insurance and consumer and UNDERWEIGHT banks (marginally) and cyclicals

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Table of contents
Earnings estimates and target price revisions .....................................................................6 Sector impact .......................................................................................................................7 China Banks Sector .............................................................................................................8 Agricultural Bank of China ...........................................................................................10 Bank of China Ltd ........................................................................................................12 China Property: Maintain UNDERWEIGHT .......................................................................14 Guangzhou R&F Properties Co Ltd ...............................................................................17 Greentown China Holdings Ltd......................................................................................19 Kaisa Group .................................................................................................................21 KWG Property Holding Limited......................................................................................23 Poly (Hong Kong) Investments Ltd ................................................................................25 Shimao Property Holdings Ltd .......................................................................................27 Sino-Ocean Land Holdings Ltd......................................................................................29 Wind Equipment Sector .....................................................................................................31 Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology .....................................................................34 China High Speed Transmission Equipment .................................................................36 China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Ltd......................................................................38 Infrastructure Sector...........................................................................................................40 China Communications Construction Co Ltd.................................................................43 China Railway Construction Corporation.......................................................................45 China Railway Group Ltd...............................................................................................47 Dry Bulk Shipping Sector ...................................................................................................49 China COSCO Holdings ..............................................................................................51 China Basic Materials Sector .............................................................................................53 Telecoms: structural positives ............................................................................................55 Insurance Sector ................................................................................................................60

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Earnings estimates and target price revisions
Figure 9: Bank Sector: Gordon growth model derived target price
Bank Rating ’12-13E COE ROE (%) (Rf+Rm*beta) (%) 17.6 17.5 13.5 13.6 14.3 18.1 13.7 13.6 13.3 11.3 11.3 11.7 12.0 12.5 11.5 12.3 12.6 12.3 g (%) 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Implied P/B (x) 1.99 1.98 1.28 1.23 1.24 2.01 1.19 1.13 1.14 FV Implied (HK$) P/E (x) 6.43 7.05 3.88 2.94 6.69 18.10 5.50 5.90 3.96 11.3 11.3 9.5 9.1 8.7 11.1 8.7 8.3 8.6 FV (HK$) 7.31 8.22 4.29 4.16 8.34 19.83 5.35 6.84 4.32 Avg FV = TP 6.87 7.64 4.09 3.55 7.51 18.96 5.43 6.37 4.14 CMP (HK$) 5.81 6.64 3.82 4.02 7.23 18.10 4.96 7.19 4.73 Up(dn)side (%) Old TP Chg % -13 -15 -20 -33 -18 -12 -7 -21 -13 ICBC Outperform CCB Outperform BOC Neutral ABC Underperform BCOM Neutral CMB Neutral CNCB Neutral CMBC Underperform CRCB Underperform 18.2 7.93 15.0 8.99 7.1 5.12 -11.8 5.29 3.9 9.22 4.8 21.60 9.4 5.86 -11.4 8.10 -12.4 4.78

Source: Bloomberg, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 10: Property sector
Company GZ R&F Greentown Kaisa KWG Poly HK Shimao Sino Ocean Recommendation New N U N N N N N Old N U O O N N N Target New 10.0 6.9 3.1 5.4 6.1 10.1 3.9 Old 12.0 7.9 3.5 7.4 7.8 12.0 5.2 12M forward NAV New 18.0 17.3 5.7 9.9 11.1 18.3 7.1 Old 22.0 19.9 6.4 13.4 14.0 21.7 9.5 2011E EPS New 1.40 1.16 0.30 0.67 0.50 1.15 0.44 Old 1.46 1.13 0.31 0.68 0.58 1.18 0.51 2012E EPS New 1.40 1.85 0.32 0.65 0.64 1.22 0.45 Old 1.50 1.89 0.34 0.77 0.80 1.35 0.54 2013E EPS New 1.43 2.03 0.36 0.70 0.89 1.53 0.56 Old 1.56 2.38 0.41 0.91 1.11 1.71 0.67

Note: O = OUTPERFORM, N = NEUTRAL, U = UNDERPERFORM Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 11: Wind equipment sector
EPS Old 2011 Goldwind (HKD) 2208.HK CHST (HKD) 0658.HK MY (USD) MY US n.a. 1.01 1.41 2012 n.a. 1.04 1.54 EPS New* 2011 0.69 0.79 0.80 2012 0.60 0.79 0.75 TP* Old n.a. 16.86 15.2 New 7.2 9.5 7.5 Rating* Old n.a. O O New U N N

* Note: Changes implemented in China Wind Equipment Sector: Storm ahead, published 13 June 2011. Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 12: Infrastructure sector
Mkt cap Code CCCC CRCC CRGL 1800 HK 1186 HK 0390 HK Curr HKD HKD HKD 6.57 6.45 3.55 13,159 12,252 13,374 CS N N N 7.48 7.12 3.90 Upside/ TP downside 13.9 10.4 9.9 EPS 11E 0.74 0.70 0.40 12E 0.85 0.75 0.42 EPS chg % 11E -1.1 -3.2 -4.9 12E -1.2 -8.4 -10.3 P/E 11E 7.4 7.8 7.5 12E 6.3 7.0 6.8 Divd yield 11E 3.1 3.6 2.0 PB 11E 1.2 1.0 0.9 Price (US$ mn ) rating

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 13: Dry bulk shipping sector
CS Company Ch Cosco Ticker rating 1919 HK U Price Local Target 5.78 5.20 EPS chg (%) FY11 FY12 n.m. (42) TP (%) Up/dn Chg (21) EPS EPS grth (%) P/E (x) FY12 23.2 Div. yld (%) ROE P/B FY11 (%) 0 (0.4) (x) 1.1

(%) FY11 FY12 (10) 0.0 0.2

FY11 FY12 FY11 n.a n.a n.m.

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

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Sector impact

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China Banks Sector
Downgrade on asset quality concerns
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Earnings and target price changes
Figure 14: Key earnings drivers revisions for Chinese banks (2012-2013E)
2012E New Loan growth (%) Fee growth (%) Margin (%) Credit cost (bp) 12.8 17.1 2.61 107 Old 13.6 20.0 2.65 74 Chg -0.7 -2.9 -0.04 33 New 12.1 15.1 2.61 145 2013E Old 13.3 19.7 2.67 79 Chg -1.2 -4.7 -0.06 66

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 15: Gordon growth model derived target price
Bank Rating ’12-13E COE ROE (%) (Rf+Rm*beta) (%) 17.6 17.5 13.5 13.6 14.3 18.1 13.7 13.6 13.3 11.3 11.3 11.7 12.0 12.5 11.5 12.3 12.6 12.3 g Implied (%) P/B (x) 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1.99 1.98 1.28 1.23 1.24 2.01 1.19 1.13 1.14 FV Implied (HK$) P/E (x) 6.43 7.05 3.88 2.94 6.69 18.10 5.50 5.90 3.96 11.3 11.3 9.5 9.1 8.7 11.1 8.7 8.3 8.6 FV Avg FV (HK$) = TP 7.31 8.22 4.29 4.16 8.34 19.83 5.35 6.84 4.32 6.87 7.64 4.09 3.55 7.51 18.96 5.43 6.37 4.14 CMP Up(dn)(HK$) side (%) 5.81 6.64 3.82 4.02 7.23 18.10 4.96 7.19 4.73 18.2 15.0 7.1 -11.8 3.9 4.8 9.4 -11.4 -12.4 Old TP 7.93 8.99 5.12 5.29 9.22 21.60 5.86 8.10 4.78 Chg % -13 -15 -20 -33 -18 -12 -7 -21 -13

ICBC Outperform CCB Outperform BOC Neutral ABC Underperform BCOM Neutral CMB Neutral CNCB Neutral CMBC Underperform CRCB Underperform

Source: Bloomberg, Credit Suisse estimates

More leveraged than meets the eye
Using the social financing data released by PBoC for the first time, we find that credit penetration, including the previously opaque off-balance-sheet financing, has risen sharply in China over the past two years. In fact, it is already above the critical levels of credit-toGDP being >10% ahead of the long-term trend which has, as per econometric models of Basel committee, led to banking sector stresses in many markets. This alarming statistic is not visible if we simply use the on-balance-sheet lending of the banking system. In a bottom-up approach, analysing the 1Q11 cash flow of some 1,000 non-financial companies in China, we estimate that interest coverage was 8x, down close to the levels last seen during the global financial crisis (2008-09). Higher debt-levels mean that even moderating inflation may not lead to an easing that the market is keenly expecting. China’s total credit-GDP levels now up to critical levels of >10% above longterm trend, a sign of banking sector stress according to Basel committee

Asset quality the key variable
We have trimmed our forecast loan growth (GDP deceleration) to 12-13% in 2012-13E (from 13-14%), fee income growth (slower demand) to 15-17% (from 20%), and net interest margins (no more interest income when a borrower defaults) to 2.6% (from 2.652.67%). The biggest impact on earnings is from asset quality, where we now assume NPLs rising to 1.8% levels in 2012E (from 1.1-1.2% earlier) and 2.5% levels in 2013E. This leads to our credit cost assumption increasing to approximately 75 bp in 2011E (from ~60 bp earlier), 100 bp in 2012E (from ~70 bp) and 150 bp in 2013E (from ~75-80 bp). These levels are not extreme or theoretical – Thai/Indo/Korean banks lost double-digit percentage of loans during the Asian Financial Crisis (similar case of fixed asset We trim our loan growth assumptions and increase our credit costs assumptions to 100-150 bp in 2012-13E

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investment binge led by mis-pricing of cost of capital). China itself has seen 200 bp levels in the earlier part of the last decade (based on our checks and estimates, since banks did not start getting listed until 2005). Of course, some observers will worry about evergreening by banks and that such NPLs may never show up. If the GDP downturn is short lived then banks may be able to gloss over it but a protracted slowdown, especially with stricter CBRC (not to forget a new administration taking over in 2012), may lead to better transparency.

Downgrading the bank sector
We downgrade China’s bank sector to UNDERWEIGHT and ABC to UNDERPERFORM, BOC to NEUTRAL (from Outperform). ABC has greater risks from its county portfolio, in our view, while BOC grew its loan book massively (particularly domestic loans by 56%) in 2009. CCB remains OUTPERFORM on fundamentals, but we recognise the technical overhang to be created by the 10.2% stake held by Bank of America coming off the lockup in August. ICBC is our top pick. 2Q11 results in late August, supply of equity in 2H, and GDP indicators would be the catalysts. Regulatory action may provide negative risks while a government carve-out of LGFV related bad loans would be positive for bank stocks, in our view. ICBC is our top pick; downgrading ABC to UNDERPERFORM and BOC to NEUTRAL

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Asia Pacific / China Regional Banks

Agricultural Bank of China
(1288.HK / 1288 HK)
Rating (from Outperform) UNDERPERFORM* [V] Price (17 Jun 11, HK$) 4.02 Target price (HK$) (from 5.29) 3.55¹ Chg to TP (%) -11.7 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 1,305,672 Number of shares (mn) 324,794.12 Free float (%) 10.1 52-week price range 4.75 - 3.21
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

County loan book more concerning; downgrade to UNDERPERFORM
Downgrade to UNDERPERFORM; earnings cut in 2012-13E: We cut our earnings forecast for ABC by 19% and 31%, respectively, in 2012E and 2013E, primarily driven by a higher credit cost assumption (raised to 150bp and 175bp in 12-13E from 96 bp and 100 bp in 10A and 11E). We also revise down our loan growth by about 1% to 13-14%, and trim margins by 26 bp in 12-13E. We downgrade the stock to UNDERPERFORM (from Outperform) with our target price cut to HK$3.55 (from HK$5.29). County loan book more concerning amid a macro slowdown: The bank has the largest county level loan exposure (about 30% of its loan book) among big banks. Its county loan business recorded 173 bp and 130 bp credit cost against 87 bp and 81 bp in urban areas during 2009 and 2010, according to our estimate. We believe ABC will probably have bigger risks from its county portfolio when growth starts to decelerate amid tighter liquidity and a higher interest rate environment. Higher exposure in risky sectors: ABC had about 11% of its loan made to developers by end-2010, the highest among big banks (5-8% at peers). It also has more than 20% loan exposure in the manufacturing industry, higher than ICBC and CCB at 14% and 17%. Higher risky sectors’ exposure could add more credit quality pressure as anecdotally we heard that, of late, SMEs and developers are finding it tough to borrow. Valuation: The stock had outperformed peers by 3-9% and MSCI China by 8% year-to-date. Its multiple discount to ICBC and CCB had narrowed to 5% and 10% from the historical average of 10% and 15%. We believe rising concerns over its asset quality could lead to a relative weakness in its price performance. Our new target price of HK$3.55 (indicating 12% potential downside) is implied from 1.5x 11E BPS and 7.8x 11E EPS.
12/10A 164,146.0 120,734.0 94,873.0 0.32 n.a. n.a. 29.8 10.3 4.6 1.7 2.0 21.4 1.0 9.8 12/11E 214,594.0 161,027.8 124,755.7 0.38 0 0.39 18.4 8.7 4.6 2.0 1.7 20.9 1.1 9.3 12/12E 247,534.9 155,458.2 120,431.1 0.37 -19.3 0.48 -3.5 9.0 4.4 2.2 1.5 17.6 1.0 9.0 12/13E 275,784.4 153,448.0 118,863.4 0.37 -30.9 0.57 -1.3 9.1 4.4 2.4 1.4 15.7 0.8 8.7

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Share price performance
Price (LHS) 6 5 4 3 2 Jul-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Rebased Rel (RHS) 140 120 100 80

The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 17/06/11 On 17/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -10.7 -6.0

3M -0.5 -0.1

12M — —

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Pre-prov Op profit (Rmb mn) Pre -tax profit (Rmb mn) Net attributable profit (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) CS adj. BVPS (Rmb) P/B (x) ROE ROA (%) Tier 1 Ratio (%)

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Agricultural Bank of China 1288.HK / 1288 HK
Price (17 Jun 11): HK$4.02, Rating: UNDERPERFORM [V], Target Price: HK$3.55, Analyst: Sanjay Jain
Per Share Data No. of shares (wtd avg) (mn) EPS (Credit Suisse) (Rmb) Book value per share Tangible book value per share DPS (Rmb) Valuation EPS growth (%) P/E (x) P/B (x) P/TB (x) Dividend yield (%) Income statement (Rmb mn) Interest income Interest expense Net interest income pre Fee and commission income Trading income Insurance inc & premiums Other income Total non interest income Total income Personal expense Total expenses Pre provision profit Loan loss provisions Operating profit Other non operating inc/(exp) Pre-tax profit Income tax (expense) Net profit before minorities Minority interests Preferred dividends Net income (CS) (Rmb mn) 12/10A 292,397.00 0.32 1.67 1.67 0.15 12/10A 29.8 10.3 2.0 2.0 4.6 12/10A 357,660.0 115,508.0 242,152.0 46,128.0 -244.0 — 1,722.0 50,101.0 292,253.0 67,130.0 128,107.0 164,146.0 43,412.0 120,734.0 — 120,734.0 25,827.0 94,907.0 34.0 — 94,873.0 12/11E 324,794.00 0.38 2.00 2.00 0.15 12/11E 18.4 8.7 1.7 1.7 4.6 12/11E 457,430.8 157,563.9 299,866.9 59,966.4 500.0 — 1,722.0 64,388.4 364,255.3 80,556.0 149,661.3 214,594.0 53,566.3 161,027.8 — 161,027.8 36,231.3 124,796.5 40.8 — 124,755.7 12/12E 324,794.00 0.37 2.22 2.22 0.15 12/12E -3.5 9.0 1.5 1.5 4.4 12/12E 550,600.7 200,764.7 349,836.0 68,961.4 300.0 — 500.0 70,961.4 420,797.4 96,667.2 173,262.4 247,534.9 92,076.7 155,458.2 — 155,458.2 34,978.1 120,480.1 49.0 — 120,431.1 12/13E 324,794.00 0.37 2.43 2.43 0.15 12/13E -1.3 9.1 1.4 1.4 4.4 12/13E 646,348.0 250,463.6 395,884.4 — 300.0 — 500.0 80,616.0 476,500.4 116,000.6 200,716.0 275,784.4 122,336.4 153,448.0 — 153,448.0 34,525.8 118,922.2 58.8 — 118,863.4 Key earnings driver 12/10A — — — — — 12/10A 21.4 21.4 1.0 21.7 2.0 168.1 7.7 9.8 10.4 30.7 16.9 43.9 46.0 18.5 53.9 12/11E — — — — — 12/11E 20.9 20.9 1.1 18.6 2.0 180.8 9.8 9.3 11.6 24.6 16.8 30.7 31.5 15.0 53.9 12/12E — — — — — 12/12E 17.6 17.6 1.0 18.3 2.5 168.7 9.3 9.0 11.2 15.5 15.8 15.4 -3.5 13.0 54.1 12/13E — — — — — 12/13E 15.7 15.7 0.8 18.6 3.1 158.5 9.0 8.7 10.8 13.2 15.8 11.4 -1.3 13.0 54.1

Key ratios and valuation ROE stated - return on ROE - CS adj.return on ROA - credit suisse adj. Gearing (x) Asset quality (%) NPL to gross loans ratio Reserves to NPL ratio Capital ratios (%) Eqt Tier 1 Ratio (12/11E, Tier 1 ratio (12/11E, %) Capital adequacy ratio Growth and balance Revenue growth Operating expense growth Pre-provisional op. profit Net profit growth Deposit growth Loan-deposit ratio

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Balance sheet 12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E Assets Gross customer loans 4,956,741.0 5,716,510.8 6,533,720.0 7,424,614.3 Risk provisions 168,733.0 206,079.9 279,769.6 367,151.8 Net customer loans 4,788,008.0 5,510,431.0 6,253,950.4 7,057,462.4 Interbank Loans 698,599.0 838,318.8 1,005,982.6 1,207,179.1 Investment & Securities — — — — Cash and cash equivalents 2,082,332.0 2,118,355.6 2,002,364.5 1,846,809.3 Fixed Assets 121,391.0 127,460.6 133,833.6 140,525.3 Intangible assets & goodwill (Rmb — — — 1.0 Other assets 119,645.0 176,495.5 189,069.5 202,656.2 Total assets 10,337,406.0 11,803,978.6 13,224,701.2 14,822,034.0 Liabilities Interbank deposits 701,131.0 620,449.0 620,450.5 620,452.1 Customer deposits 7,497,618.0 8,887,905.0 10,225,420.0 11,551,872.0 Total deposits 9,508,354.0 10,845,870.5 12,172,324.1 13,672,895.0 Other liabilities 224,472.0 246,311.4 270,051.5 296,122.5 Total liabilities 9,795,170.0 11,154,525.9 12,504,719.6 14,031,361.5 Shareholders' equity 542,071.0 649,287.7 719,816.6 790,507.6 Minority interest 165.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 Preferred stock — — — — Total liabilities and shareholders' 10,337,406.0 11,803,978.6 13,224,701.2 14,822,034.0

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Bank of China Ltd
(3988.HK / 3988 HK)
Rating (from Outperform) NEUTRAL* Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 3.83 Target price (HK$) (from 5.12) 4.09¹ Chg to TP (%) 6.8 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 1,069,134 Number of shares (mn) 279,147.24 Free float (%) 18.0 52-week price range 5.00 - 3.83
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months.

Rising credit quality risks; tighter balance sheet liquidity
Downgrade to NEUTRAL; earnings cut: We cut BOC’s 2011-13E earnings by 9%, 18% and 31%, as we stacked up credit cost assumption to 70 bp, 95 bp and 120 bp on rising asset quality concerns amid a macro slow down. We have also revised down loan growth by 1% and margin by 3-7 bp in 201213E. We downgrade BOC to NEUTRAL (from Outperform) with our target price being cut to HK$4.09 (from HK$ 5.12). Most aggressive in lending among big banks in 2009: It was the most aggressive lender among the big five in 2009 with its domestic loan book swelling by 56%. Credit quality may face pressure if economy slows down together with tight monetary policy in place. Liquidity pressure should be negative on margin: Our sensitivity also showed BOC has the least upside to a rising rate cycle compared to peers. Rising RRR (now record high at 21.5%) could adversely impact its BS liquidity (LDR at 74.9% in 1Q11, the highest among the big four). Higher interbank rate will have a negative impact on margin as it is a net interbank borrower. Interbank funds accounted for 16% of liabilities (vs peers 7-9%). Valuation: Nevertheless, BOC also faces relatively lower market expectations. We downgrade it to NEUTRAL (from Outperform). Our GGM derived target price of HK$4.09 is based on 13.5% mid-term ROE, 11.7% COE, 5% long-term growth. The stock is now trading at 1.3x 2011E BVS and and 8.4x 2011E EPS.
12/10A 154,109.0 142,145.0 104,418.0 0.41 n.a. n.a. 28.9 7.7 4.6 2.3 1.4 18.0 1.1 10.1 12/11E 185,108.5 144,689.4 105,874.2 0.38 -8.8 0.43 -7.6 8.4 4.7 2.5 1.3 15.6 1.0 9.5 12/12E 210,779.4 148,126.5 107,967.1 0.39 -18.3 0.50 2.0 8.2 4.7 2.8 1.1 14.5 0.9 9.3 12/13E 227,938.5 139,043.8 100,364.4 0.36 -30.9 0.58 -7.0 8.8 4.4 3.0 1.1 12.5 0.7 9.0

Research Analysts Sanjay Jain 65 6212 3017 sanjay.jain@credit-suisse.com Daisy Wu 852 2101 7167 daisy.wu@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 6 5 4 3 2 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-10 Jun-10 Oct- 10 Feb-11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 110 100 90 80

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -9.0 -4.4

3M -6.1 -3.7

12M -2.5 -8.4

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Pre-prov Op profit (Rmb mn) Pre -tax profit (Rmb mn) Net attributable profit (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) CS adj. BVPS (Rmb) P/B (x) ROE ROA (%) Tier 1 Ratio (%)

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Bank of China Ltd 3988.HK / 3988 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$3.83, Rating: NEUTRAL, Target Price: HK$4.09, Analyst: Sanjay Jain
Per Share Data No. of shares (wtd avg) (mn) EPS (Credit Suisse) (Rmb) Book value per share Tangible book value per share DPS (Rmb) Valuation EPS growth (%) P/E (x) P/B (x) P/TB (x) Dividend yield (%) Income statement (Rmb mn) Interest income Interest expense Net interest income pre Fee and commission income Trading income Insurance inc & premiums Other income Total non interest income Total income Personal expense Total expenses Pre provision profit Loan loss provisions Operating profit Other non operating inc/(exp) Pre-tax profit Income tax (expense) Net profit before minorities Minority interests Preferred dividends Net income (CS) (Rmb mn) 12/10A 254,366.25 0.41 2.31 2.30 0.15 12/10A 28.9 7.7 1.4 1.4 4.6 12/10A 313,718.1 119,640.0 193,962.0 54,483.0 3,491.0 — 2,000.0 82,556.0 276,518.0 53,420.0 122,409.0 154,109.0 12,993.0 141,116.0 — 142,145.0 32,454.0 109,691.0 5,273.0 — 104,418.0 12/11E 279,147.00 0.38 2.54 2.53 0.15 12/11E -7.6 8.4 1.3 1.3 4.7 12/11E 393,899.8 163,531.8 230,368.1 68,029.6 5,500.0 — — 100,413.6 330,781.6 64,104.0 145,673.1 185,108.5 41,551.0 143,557.5 — 144,689.4 33,278.6 111,410.8 5,536.7 — 105,874.2 12/12E 279,147.00 0.39 2.78 2.77 0.15 12/12E 2.0 8.2 1.1 1.1 4.7 12/12E 469,651.7 205,381.7 264,269.9 78,748.9 6,255.0 — — 112,329.2 376,599.1 75,642.7 165,819.7 210,779.4 63,897.9 146,881.5 — 148,126.5 34,069.1 114,057.4 6,090.3 — 107,967.1 12/13E 279,147.00 0.36 2.99 2.98 0.14 12/13E -7.0 8.8 1.1 1.1 4.4 12/13E 529,763.2 240,515.5 289,247.8 — 7,132.0 — — 126,734.8 415,982.5 87,745.6 188,044.1 227,938.5 90,264.3 137,674.2 — 139,043.8 31,980.1 107,063.7 6,699.3 — 100,364.4 Key earnings driver Loan growth Net interest margin Fee growth Cost-inc ratio P&L provision (% of loans) Key ratios and valuation ROE stated - return on ROE - CS adj.return on ROA - credit suisse adj. Gearing (x) Asset quality (%) NPL to gross loans ratio Reserves to NPL ratio Capital ratios (%) Eqt Tier 1 Ratio (12/11E, Tier 1 ratio (12/11E, %) Capital adequacy ratio Growth and balance Revenue growth Operating expense growth Pre-provisional op. profit Net profit growth Deposit growth Loan-deposit ratio 12/10A 14.79 2.04 16.31 43.89 0.93 12/10A 18.0 18.0 1.1 16.6 1.1 142.1 9.1 10.1 11.1 18.9 14.1 23.0 29.2 13.0 74.0 12/11E 12.56 2.11 17.71 43.52 0.50 12/11E 15.6 15.6 1.0 16.4 1.2 129.7 10.1 9.5 12.6 19.6 19.0 20.1 1.4 15.0 73.1 12/12E 12.25 2.21 18.08 43.67 0.65 12/12E 14.5 14.5 0.9 16.7 1.6 111.4 9.5 9.3 11.1 13.9 13.8 13.9 2.0 13.0 71.8 12/13E — — — — — 12/13E 12.5 12.5 0.7 17.0 2.0 — 9.3 9.0 10.8 10.5 13.4 8.1 -7.0 13.0 70.4

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Balance sheet 12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E Assets Gross customer loans 5,660,621.0 6,439,663.5 7,180,956.8 7,996,422.9 Risk provisions 149,679.2 162,714.0 186,402.2 — Net customer loans 5,537,765.0 6,287,243.7 6,979,255.0 7,738,566.7 Interbank Loans 1,787,638.0 2,085,322.2 2,203,494.1 2,372,303.7 Investment & Securities — — — — Cash and cash equivalents 722,344.0 754,364.8 951,986.6 1,148,330.2 Fixed Assets 123,568.0 129,746.4 136,233.7 143,045.4 Intangible assets & goodwill (Rmb 2,342.0 2,342.0 2,342.0 2,342.0 Other assets 230,884.0 246,776.1 264,162.7 283,188.5 Total assets 10,459,865.0 11,766,651.6 13,024,416.1 14,423,412.7 Liabilities Interbank deposits 1,152,424.0 1,580,030.0 1,659,031.5 1,692,212.1 Customer deposits 6,620,552.0 7,483,254.0 8,605,742.1 9,724,488.6 Total deposits 9,063,284.0 10,264,773.6 11,416,700.7 12,714,728.5 Other liabilities 588,544.0 625,523.3 661,166.2 700,007.7 Total liabilities 9,783,715.0 11,022,183.9 12,209,753.9 13,546,623.1 Shareholders' equity 644,165.0 709,284.2 775,960.4 834,217.6 Minority interest 31,985.0 35,183.5 38,701.9 42,572.0 Preferred stock — — — — Total liabilities and shareholders' 10,459,865.0 11,766,651.6 13,024,416.1 14,423,412.7

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China Property: Maintain UNDERWEIGHT
Jinsong Du – 852 2101 6589 – jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com Wenhan Chen – 852 2101 6407 – wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com Duo Chen – 852 2101 7350 / duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Earnings estimates and target price revisions
Figure 16: Change summary
Company GZ R&F Greentown Kaisa KWG Poly HK Shimao Sino Ocean Recommendation New N U N N N N N Old N U O O N N N Target New 10.0 6.9 3.1 5.4 6.1 10.1 3.9 Old 12.0 7.9 3.5 7.4 7.8 12.0 5.2 12M forward NAV New 18.0 17.3 5.7 9.9 11.1 18.3 7.1 Old 22.0 19.9 6.4 13.4 14.0 21.7 9.5 2011E EPS New 1.40 1.16 0.30 0.67 0.50 1.15 0.44 Old 1.46 1.13 0.31 0.68 0.58 1.18 0.51 2012E EPS New 1.40 1.85 0.32 0.65 0.64 1.22 0.45 Old 1.50 1.89 0.34 0.77 0.80 1.35 0.54 2013E EPS New 1.43 2.03 0.36 0.70 0.89 1.53 0.56 Old 1.56 2.38 0.41 0.91 1.11 1.71 0.67

Note: O = OUTPERFORM, N = NEUTRAL, U = UNDERPERFORM Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Sales turning ‘non-cash’; widespread price cuts should soon lead to further de-rating
With banks delaying the approval and release of mortgage loans, developers’ cash collection on property pre-sales has declined significantly. Moreover, due to the banks’ tighter loan quota, several high-end projects have started allowing home buyers to pay on an installment basis. Therefore, the cash collection for high-end players may deteriorate much more significantly than the sector average. Given a more bearish macro outlook and potentially worse-than-expected financial conditions of property developers, we expect the property price cuts in 2H11 to be more significant. When widespread property price cuts happen, volumes would dry up instead of increasing – home buyers would wait for the bottoming of prices instead of rushing to buy, in our view. The deteriorating financial condition of developers, property prices and volume drop in 2H11E should lead to a further derating of the China property sector, in our view.
Figure 17: Key drivers
FY11E Major markets’ housing price YoY change (%) Before
Major markets’ primary housing transaction volumes, YoY change (%)

Before Developers’ financing cost (direction) Before Source: Credit Suisse estimates

-10 -5 -15 -10 Increase YoY Flat YoY

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Figure 18: Valuation table
CS Company Guangzhou R&F Greentown Kaisa KWG Property Poly HK Shimao Property Sino-Ocean Land Ticker 2777 HK 3900 HK 1638 HK 1813 HK 119 HK 813 HK 3377 HK Rating N U O O N N N Price Year Local Target 9.65 7.25 2.8 4.9 4.73 8.94 3.52 12 7.95 3.5 7.4 7.8 12 5.2 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec EPS Chg(%) -4 2 -2 -1 -13 -2 -13 -7 -2 -7 -16 -20 -10 -17 TP (%) Up/dn Chg -17 -13 -10 -27 -22 -16 -25 24 10 25 51 65 34 48 EPS 1.5 1.1 0.3 0.7 0.6 1.2 0.5 1.5 1.9 0.3 0.8 0.8 1.4 0.5 EPS grth (%) 28 22 7 53 57 17 54 3 67 13 14 39 15 6 P/E (x) 5.5 5.3 7.6 6 8.2 6.3 5.7 5.4 3.2 6.7 5.3 5.9 5.5 5.4 Div. yld (%) ROE T+1 7.3 7.5 1.6 3.1 1.8 4.4 4.9 (%) 21.9 17.3 15.8 15.4 8.2 15.5 11 P/B (x) 1.1 0.9 1.3 0.9 0.6 1 0.6

T T+1 T+2

(%) T+1 T+2 T+1 T+2 T+1 T+2

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Persistent credit tightening should lead to sector derating
The Credit Suisse economist and strategist believe the chances of a soft landing for China’s economy is diminishing, and inflation is likely to be more persistent than the current market expectation. Therefore, we expect the Chinese government to keep tightening the property sector despite the potential property market weakness. Moreover, continued RRR and interest rate hikes should also severely deteriorate property developers’ financial conditions and reduce home buyers’ demand. Therefore, we revise our assumptions for the China property sector as follows: (1) Property prices in major markets to decline 10% YoY in 2011E. Previously, we had assumed a 5% YoY decline in property prices in China’s major property markets. Given the more bearish macro outlook and potentially worse-than-expected financial conditions of property developers, we expect the property price cuts in 2H11 to be more significant. (2) Primary housing transaction volumes in major markets to decline 15% YoY in 2011E. When we established a 10% YoY volume decline assumption for 2011E in October 2010, Credit Suisse was the only broker with a negative outlook on 2011E volumes. This was because we believe when widespread property price cuts happen, volumes would dry up instead of increasing – home buyers would wait for the bottoming of prices instead of rushing to buy. Now, with a potentially sharper and more persistent property price decline, we expect transaction volumes to dry up further, especially with a very strong sales surge in 4Q10A. (3) Financing costs are rising in 2011E and beyond. With the current credit tightening, many developers are facing difficulties borrowing from banks at normal bank lending rates. As a result, they have been raising capital/borrowing from alternative sources at much higher rates (for details, please refer to our 30 May China property sector report, Holes in the bull argument). Therefore, we have increased the assumed average financing cost for developers – each developer’s financing costs are different.

High-end players in bigger cities should suffer more
As the current government policies focus on suppressing investment-driven demand for residential properties, we expect sales of high-end projects in bigger cities to weaken. Moreover, due to the banks’ tighter loan quota, several high-end projects have started allowing home buyers to pay on an installment basis. Therefore, the cash collection for high-end developers may deteriorate much more significantly than the sector average. As a result, we maintain COLI (0688.HK, CP HK$15, UNDERPERFORM, TP HK$13), a high-end developer, as our top Underperform idea. Also, we downgrade high-end developer KWG (1813.HK) from Outperform to NEUTRAL, and downgrade big city (Shenzhen) based player Kaisa (1638.HK) from Outperform to NEUTRAL. We significantly

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reduce our target price for high-end developer Shimao, but maintain our NEUTRAL rating as its share price has already significantly underperformed.

How clients should be positioned
We still believe that investors should reduce their exposure in more expensive, high-end developers (such as COLI), and those focusing on major cities (such as Sino Ocean, KWG and Kaisa). On a relative basis, those with mass-market products in smaller cities, such as Evergrande (3333.HK) and China Vanke (000002.SZ), should suffer less from the sector downturn, in our view.

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Guangzhou R&F Properties Co Ltd (2777.HK / 2777 HK)
Rating NEUTRAL* Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 9.65 Target price (HK$) (from 12.00) 10.00¹ Chg to TP (%) 3.6 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 31,095.8 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 51,149 Number of shares (mn) 3,222.37 Free float (%) 28.0 52-week price range 13.02 - 9.59
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months.

Reduce target price due to a more bearish sector outlook
We reduce our target price for Guangzhou R&F from HK$12 to HK$10: Together with Credit Suisse economist and strategist’s more bearish call on China, we revise our assumptions for the China property sector: we now expect ASP in major markets to drop 10% YoY (5% previously), and volumes to drop 15% YoY (10% previously). As a result, we reduce our forward NAV estimate for Guangzhou R&F from HK$22 to HK$18, and reduce the target price from HK$12 to HK$10. Sales uncertainty to increase in 2H11E: From January to May, R&F recorded Rmb11.2 bn of contracted sales, representing 30% of its full-year guidance. We believe its contracted sales may become uncertain in 2H11E, especially when property price cuts become more widespread, which could affect transaction volumes. Valuation: Guangzhou R&F is trading at 54% to 12-month NAV. Given the current sector downturn, we think the current valuation is fair.

Research Analysts Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com

Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 20 15 10 5 0 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-1 0 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb -11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -3.5 1.4

3M -4.3 -1.8

12M -4.5 -10.2

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

12/10A 24,641.8 8,313.6 7,969.1 3,665.6 1.14 n.a. n.a. 45.4 7.1 6.2 5.4 1.3 20.0 93.4

12/11E 31,148.3 9,340.9 8,962.0 4,510.0 1.40 -4.0 1.38 23.0 5.7 7.0 5.5 1.1 21.1 107.7

12/12E 34,612.6 9,038.6 8,621.8 4,509.5 1.40 -6.6 1.55 -0.0 5.7 7.0 6.5 1.0 18.5 124.7

12/13E 36,190.2 9,430.8 8,972.3 4,617.7 1.43 -8.2 1.72 2.4 5.6 7.1 7.1 0.9 17.0 137.6

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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Guangzhou R&F Properties Co Ltd 2777.HK / 2777 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$9.65, Rating: NEUTRAL, Target Price: HK$10.00, Analyst: Jinsong Du
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central case Downside TP 10.00 % Up/dwn Assumptions 3.63 Per share data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 34,613 24,028.8 2,257.1 — -295.1 9,039 416.8 — 8,621.8 720.0 — 214.0 — 8,115.8 3,165.2 4,950.6 — 441.2 — 4,509.5 — 4,509 12/12E 8,622 1,623.2 -10,418.3 -2,239.1 -5,658.8 442.1 — -6,100.9 — — — -442.1 — 1,804.0 — — -1,804.0 — -7,904.9 12/12E 11,093.5 8,377.9 — 58,417.5 70,632.0 4,949.5 875.1 — 27,750.0 104,206.6 9,492.9 2,337.8 32,322.9 44,153.6 28,139.3 5,393.4 77,686.3 25,714.2 806.0 104,206.6 12/13E 36,190 25,183.6 2,344.2 — -309.9 9,431 458.5 — 8,972.3 868.4 — 660.7 1.0 8,764.6 3,418.6 5,347.0 — 729.4 — 4,617.7 — 4,618 12/13E 8,972 1,753.1 -10,361.2 -2,790.1 -5,932.0 507.8 — -6,439.8 — — — -507.8 — 1,803.8 — — -1,803.8 — -8,243.6 12/13E 12,202.8 9,129.6 1.0 69,998.6 82,623.9 5,460.2 875.1 — 31,702.3 120,661.5 10,442.2 2,922.3 36,644.3 50,008.8 35,269.5 5,361.5 90,639.8 28,485.3 1,535.4 120,660.5 Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x) 12/10A 3,222.4 1.14 n.a. 0.50 0.20 12/10A 35.4 63.9 45.4 45.4 33.7 32.3 28.2 14.9 7.1 1.3 1.8 5.4 5.6 20.0 11.2 0.32 0.87 0.54 3.9 93.4 2.2 8.5 12/11E 3,222.4 1.40 1.38 0.56 -1.49 12/11E 26.4 12.5 23.0 23.0 30.0 28.8 27.2 14.5 5.7 1.1 1.6 5.5 5.7 21.1 10.2 0.35 0.95 0.55 3.8 107.7 2.7 18.5 12/12E 3,222.4 1.40 1.55 0.56 -1.76 12/12E 11.1 -3.8 -0.0 -0.0 26.1 24.9 23.4 13.0 5.7 1.0 1.7 6.5 6.8 18.5 8.8 0.33 0.94 0.61 3.9 124.7 3.7 12.0 12/13E 3,222.4 1.43 1.72 0.57 -1.84 12/13E 4.6 4.1 2.4 2.4 26.1 24.8 24.2 12.8 5.6 0.9 1.9 7.1 7.5 17.0 7.7 0.30 0.98 0.61 4.0 137.6 — 10.3

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and shareholders' equity

12/10A 24,642 15,348.6 1,547.2 — -223.1 8,314 344.5 — 7,969.1 940.8 — -67.8 — 6,960.5 3,189.2 3,771.4 685.0 105.8 — 4,350.6 -685.0 3,666 12/10A 7,969 1,392.1 -4,049.8 -1,869.8 657.4 334.8 — 322.6 — — — -334.8 — 998.9 — — -998.9 — -676.3 12/10A 9,168.1 7,229.4 — 40,694.0 52,052.1 4,119.1 875.1 — 20,370.6 77,416.9 7,845.4 1,496.2 25,252.1 34,593.7 15,169.4 7,654.5 57,417.7 19,787.7 211.5 77,416.9

12/11E 31,148 20,134.9 2,308.0 — -256.6 9,341 378.9 — 8,962.0 484.9 — 1.7 — 8,478.8 3,815.5 4,663.3 — 153.4 — 4,510.0 — 4,510 12/11E 8,962 1,695.8 -10,330.4 -1,746.8 -4,811.0 384.2 — -5,195.2 — — — -384.2 — 1,288.9 — — -1,288.9 — -6,484.1 12/11E 10,085.0 7,751.4 — 48,755.4 60,544.5 4,505.3 875.1 — 23,981.3 89,906.2 8,629.9 1,870.2 28,550.4 39,050.6 21,058.6 6,423.4 66,532.6 23,008.7 364.9 89,906.2

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
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Greentown China Holdings Ltd
(3900.HK / 3900 HK)
Rating UNDERPERFORM* [V] Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 7.25 Target price (HK$) (from 7.95) 6.90¹ Chg to TP (%) -4.8 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 11,884.5 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 39,875 Number of shares (mn) 1,639.25 Free float (%) 37.3 52-week price range 10.04 - 7.02
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

Sluggish sales indicate more risks
YTD sales behind schedule: As of May, Greentown had achieved gross contracted sales of Rmb13.8 bn, down 15% YoY. In the first five months it achieved only 25% of its 2011 full-year sales target of Rmb55 bn, and its sales progress is among the slowest under our coverage. The company’s management recently highlighted the difficulties in realising the target. We expect a higher possibility of slippage in the company’s contracted sales this year and reduce our 2011 contracted sales forecast by 15% to Rmb47 bn. NAV reduced on new sector assumptions: We revise our assumptions for the China property sector – we now expect ASP in major markets to drop 10% YoY (5% previously), and volume to drop 15% YoY (10% previously). As a result, we revise down our forward NAV estimate for Greentown to HK$17.3 from HK$19.9 and target price to HK$6.90 from HK$7.95. Earning impact lag to appear, gearing to climb soon: Given Greentown’s longer-than-average development cycle, the blended effect from lower ASP and slower sales this year might show in 2012-13. However, the shortfall in sale proceeds will likely push the company’s formidable gearing ratio even higher and may approach 200% (net debt to attributable equity) by year end. Valuation: Greentown is trading at a 58% discount to 12-month NAV and 1x P/B. Given the expected market downturn and the company’s high-end position and aggressive strategy, we continue to see risks for the company and maintain our UNDERPERFORM rating.

Research Analysts

Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 16 11 6 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-1 0 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb -11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -11.0 -6.6

3M -2.3 0.2

12M -15.5 -20.6

China Market Strategy

Pacific Asset Management (Pamria, LLC) Two Union Square 601 Union Street Suite # 4200 Seattle, WA 98101 (206) 933-1600 Direct (206) 600-3175 Fax China: JinMao Tower, Suite #31/F +182-0117-7074 Shanghai

Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Wenhan Chen 852 2101 6407 wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

12/10A 11,161.3 1,816.6 1,816.6 1,531.8 0.93 n.a. n.a. 84.3 6.5 5.0 17.9 0.97 15.5 133.7

12/11E 20,117.2 5,130.6 5,130.6 1,896.9 1.16 1.9 1.29 24.0 5.2 7.7 7.8 0.87 17.6 158.1

12/12E 27,444.2 7,102.6 7,102.6 3,039.3 1.85 -2.2 1.95 60.2 3.3 12.3 4.8 0.75 24.8 129.5

12/13E 31,933.3 5,561.8 5,561.8 3,334.8 2.03 -14.6 2.48 9.7 3.0 13.5 6.4 0.65 23.5 121.3

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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Greentown China Holdings Ltd
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 6.90 %Up/Dwn Assumptions -4.83

3900.HK / 3900 HK
Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/10A 1,644.1 0.93 n.a. 0.30 6.65 12/10A
27.9 50.7 91.2 84.3 16.3 16.3 26.9 13.7 6.5 0.97 2.9 17.9 17.9 15.5 3.4 0.09 1.7 0.64 8.7 133.7 10.6 -13.3

Price (16 Jun 11): HK$7.25, Rating: UNDERPERFORM [V], Target Price: HK$6.90, Analyst: Wenhan Chen
12/11E 1,641.9 1.16 1.29 0.46 2.20 12/11E
80.2 182.4 23.8 24.0 25.5 25.5 25.2 9.4 5.2 0.87 2.0 7.8 7.8 17.6 6.4 0.14 1.0 0.51 9.1 158.1 5.0 5.3

12/12E 1,641.9 1.85 1.95 0.74 — 12/12E
36.4 38.4 60.2 60.2 25.9 25.9 26.1 11.1 3.3 0.75 1.2 4.8 4.8 24.8 9.4 0.17 1.0 0.57 8.6 129.5 3.4 6.8

12/13E 1,641.9 2.03 2.48 0.81 — 12/13E
16.4 -21.7 9.7 9.7 17.4 17.4 17.3 10.4 3.0 0.65 1.1 6.4 6.4 23.5 8.8 0.18 1.0 0.74 8.2 121.3 — 5.3

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 11,161 7,759.9 1,658.1 — -73.3 1,817 — — 1,816.6 -137.1 481.7 565.0 — 3,000.3 1,084.8 1,915.5 — 383.8 — 1,531.8 — 1,532 12/10A 1,817 1,084.8 11,344.0 -1,134.8 10,941.0 333.2 — 10,607.8 — — — -333.2 — 584.5 5,430.4 3,884.2 3,299.7 — 13,907.5 12/10A 14,972.9 4,196.0 2,034.2 94,803.2 116,006.2 2,448.3 — — 6,904.5 125,359.0
8,928.0 11,993.9 66,519.4 87,441.3 21,621.4 1,843.5 110,906.3 10,199.5 4,253.2 125,359.0

12/11E 20,117 12,783.9 2,276.0 — -73.3 5,131 — — 5,130.6 964.9 — 893.9 — 5,059.7 2,457.2 2,602.5 — 705.5 — 1,896.9 — 1,897 12/11E 5,131 2,457.2 4,000.7 -3,063.5 3,610.7 349.9 — 3,260.8 — — — -349.9 — 496.5 5,000.0 636.8 140.3 — 3,401.1 12/11E 13,865.8 4,196.0 2,034.2 105,001.4 125,097.3 2,448.3 — — 18,760.6 146,306.2
8,928.0 14,392.7 80,835.6 104,156.3 24,654.6 1,411.6 130,222.4 11,337.7 4,746.0 146,306.2

12/12E 27,444 18,145.4 2,269.4 — -73.3 7,103 — — 7,102.6 1,046.5 — 1,104.2 — 7,160.3 3,082.1 4,078.2 — 1,038.9 — 3,039.3 — 3,039 12/12E 7,103 — — -7,102.6 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 12/12E 15,069.4 4,196.0 2,034.2 112,578.7 133,878.2 2,448.3 — — 23,991.8 160,318.3
8,928.0 17,271.2 92,222.5 118,421.7 21,776.1 1,411.6 141,609.3 13,161.3 5,547.7 160,318.3

12/13E 31,933 23,959.1 2,485.7 — -73.3 5,562 — — 5,561.8 1,046.5 — 995.7 — 5,511.0 1,431.0 4,080.0 — 745.1 — 3,334.8 — 3,335 12/13E 5,562 — — -5,561.8 — — — — — — — — — — 5,425.7 — — — — 12/13E 13,620.4 4,196.0 2,034.2 125,860.2 145,710.8 2,448.3 — — 24,720.9 172,880.0
8,928.0 20,725.5 102,315.5 131,969.0 18,321.8 1,411.6 151,702.4 15,162.2 6,015.4 172,880.0

Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
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China Market Strategy

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Kaisa Group
(1638.HK / 1638 HK)
Rating (from Outperform) NEUTRAL* [V] Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 2.80 Target price (HK$) (from 3.50) 3.14¹ Chg to TP (%) 12.1 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 13,733.1 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 14,468 Number of shares (mn) 4,904.67 Free float (%) 22.0 52-week price range 3.39 - 1.51
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

Fairly priced
We downgrade Kaisa from Outperform to NEUTRAL: Although Kaisa’ contracted sales in May picked up to Rmb1.28 bn, up 125% MoM and 106% YoY, the company’s first five months’ sales of Rmb3.2 bn accounted for just 21% of its full-year target of Rmb15 bn. Its YTD sales progress is among the slowest under our coverage. We expect the company’s sales progress to continue to be hindered from the austerity measures and trim our 2011 contracted sales forecast to Rmb13 bn. Reducing NAV with new sector assumptions: Together with Credit Suisse economist and strategist’s more bearish call on China, we revise our assumptions for the China property sector: we now expect ASP in major markets to drop 10% YoY (5% previously), and volume to drop 15% YoY (10% previously). As a result, we revise down our forward NAV estimate for Kaisa to HK$5.7 from HK$6.4 and target price to HK$3.14 from HK$3.50. Valuation: Kaisa is trading at a 51% discount to 12-month NAV and 1.2x P/B. Given the current sector downturn and uncertainties ahead of its contracted sales, we downgrade Kaisa from Outperform to NEUTRAL.

Research Analysts

Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 6 4 2 0 Dec-09 Apr-10 Aug-10 Dec-10 Apr-11 Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M 0.7 5.8

3M 8.1 10.9

12M 75.0 64.4

China Market Strategy

Pacific Asset Management (Pamria, LLC) Two Union Square 601 Union Street Suite # 4200 Seattle, WA 98101 (206) 933-1600 Direct (206) 600-3175 Fax China: JinMao Tower, Suite #31/F +182-0117-7074 Shanghai

Wenhan Chen 852 2101 6407 wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

12/10A 7,755.9 2,450.4 2,422.4 1,409.5 0.29 n.a. n.a. 173.6 8.1 1.2 6.3 1.1 16.9 40.3

12/11E 9,310.0 2,512.1 2,479.8 1,564.3 0.30 -2.1 0.29 4.4 7.8 1.9 5.8 1.3 15.5 30.0

12/12E 12,407.5 3,072.7 3,035.6 1,788.5 0.32 -6.5 0.40 7.9 7.2 2.1 5.1 1.2 17.2 41.6

12/13E 16,302.2 3,587.2 3,544.6 2,011.4 0.36 24.0 0.61 12.5 6.4 17.9 3.7 1.0 17.4 16.3

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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Kaisa Group 1638.HK / 1638 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$2.80, Rating: NEUTRAL [V], Target Price: HK$3.14
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 3.14 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 12.14

Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (HK$) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 12,408 8,273.6 1,112.1 — -13.8 3,073 37.1 — 3,035.6 48.1 — — — 2,987.5 1,199.1 1,788.5 — — — 1,788.5 — 1,788 12/12E 3,036 471.7 -1,945.7 -996.0 -377.7 29.3 — -407.0 520.3 — -393.0 -942.6 — — — — — — -1,320.4 12/12E 7,752.9 7,690.4 1,231.5 19,238.9 35,913.6 94.0 — — 5,894.6 41,902.2
— 1,858.4 18,231.9 20,090.3 4,475.4 6,779.2 31,345.0 10,551.7 5.4 41,902.2

12/10A 4,927.9 0.29 n.a. 0.03 -0.00 12/10A
66.0 156.7 239.0 173.6 31.6 31.2 30.6 18.2 8.1 1.1 2.0 6.3 6.4 16.9 10.2 0.29 0.98 0.59 2.6 40.3 1.6 42.6

12/11E 5,237.9 0.30 0.29 0.05 0.17 12/11E
20.0 2.4 11.0 4.4 27.0 26.6 26.3 16.8 7.8 1.3 1.6 5.8 5.8 15.5 11.9 0.28 0.99 0.64 3.2 30.0 1.2 45.8

12/12E 5,547.9 0.32 0.40 0.06 -0.07 12/12E
33.3 22.4 14.3 7.9 24.8 24.5 24.1 14.4 7.2 1.2 1.3 5.1 5.2 17.2 12.2 0.30 0.98 0.60 4.0 41.6 1.4 42.0

12/13E 5,547.9 0.36 0.61 0.50 0.55 12/13E
31.4 16.8 12.5 12.5 22.0 21.7 21.5 12.3 6.4 1.0 0.8 3.7 3.8 17.4 13.9 0.30 0.99 0.57 4.3 16.3 — 45.6

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 7,756 4,745.0 594.5 — -6.0 2,450 28.0 — 2,422.4 45.8 — — — 2,376.5 967.0 1,409.5 — — — 1,409.5 — 1,410 12/10A 2,422 476.2 -1,383.0 -573.3 -10.2 26.5 — -36.7 704.7 — -123.7 -855.0 — — — — — — -865.2 12/10A 4,869.7 2,482.3 603.3 12,484.2 20,439.4 106.1 — — 5,877.0 26,422.5
— 1,751.7 7,530.5 9,282.2 6,175.7 1,199.9 16,429.1 9,988.5 4.9 26,422.5

12/11E 9,310 6,111.4 740.3 — -21.6 2,512 32.2 — 2,479.8 31.7 — — — 2,448.1 883.8 1,564.3 — — — 1,564.3 — 1,564 12/11E 2,480 385.7 -465.1 -742.2 886.8 27.9 — 858.9 596.4 — -273.4 -897.7 — — — — — — -10.9 12/11E 6,034.1 4,652.3 965.9 15,468.2 27,120.5 101.8 — — 5,885.4 33,107.7
— 1,804.3 12,816.7 14,621.0 1,490.4 6,779.2 22,890.7 10,211.8 5.2 33,107.7

12/13E 16,302 10,890.7 1,883.6 — -16.7 3,587 42.6 — 3,544.6 44.0 — — — 3,500.6 1,489.2 2,011.4 — — — 2,011.4 — 2,011 12/13E 3,545 530.5 1,080.9 -1,065.6 3,029.4 30.7 — 2,998.7 558.4 — -400.6 -989.8 — — — — — — 2,039.7 12/13E 10,678.8 11,943.6 1,847.2 23,915.7 48,385.3 82.1 — — 5,904.7 54,372.1
— 1,914.1 28,067.2 29,981.3 5,309.0 6,479.2 41,769.6 12,596.8 5.7 54,372.1

Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.0 Dec-09 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Mar-10 May-10 Aug-10 Nov-10 Feb-11 May-11

Price (LHS)

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China Market Strategy

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KWG Property Holding Limited
(1813.HK / 1813 HK)
Rating (from Outperform) NEUTRAL* [V] Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 4.90 Target price (HK$) (from 7.40) 5.40¹ Chg to TP (%) 10.2 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 14,176.4 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 20,636 Number of shares (mn) 2,893.15 Free float (%) 30.0 52-week price range 7.13 - 4.56
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

Increasing risk of missing guidance; Shanghai launch time less favourable
We downgrade KWG from Outperform to NEUTRAL: KWG’s May sales were weaker than expected, due to the slower sell-through for some of its high-end projects. Its Beijing project is also affected significantly by the severe tightening measures there. From January to May, KWG recorded Rmb5.53 bn of contracted sales, representing 37% of its full year guidance. We expect KWG’s sales to remain relatively weak in the coming months, increasing the likelihood of reducing its FY11E contracted sales guidance. Shanghai project launch becomes riskier now: KWG had originally planned to launch its first Shanghai project in 2Q11, and we upgraded KWG on 14 February with the hope of a successful launch. Now, this project launch has been delayed to September/October. Given the potentially deteriorating market sentiment, we believe the Shanghai project launch has become riskier. Reducing NAV with new sector assumptions: Together with Credit Suisse economist and strategist’s more bearish call on China, we revise our assumptions for the China property sector: we now expect ASP in major markets to drop 10% YoY (5% previously), and volumes to drop 15% YoY (10% previously). As a result, we reduce our forward NAV estimate from HK$13.4 to HK$9.9, and reduce our target price from HK$7.4 to HK$5.4. Valuation: KWG is trading at a 49% discount to 12-month NAV. Given the current sector downturn and KWG’s exposure in the high-end segment and major cities, we think the current valuation is fair.
12/10A 7,465.9 2,501.5 2,490.3 1,280.8 0.44 n.a. n.a. 65.9 9.2 2.0 6.9 0.96 11.0 45.0 12/11E 9,764.0 3,313.7 3,301.4 1,930.7 0.67 -1.5 0.62 50.7 6.1 3.1 6.2 0.89 15.2 66.9 12/12E 10,471.4 3,327.6 3,314.0 1,873.1 0.65 -15.8 0.80 -3.0 6.3 3.0 7.0 0.80 13.4 78.8 12/13E 12,322.1 4,061.4 4,046.5 2,038.5 0.70 -22.9 0.98 8.8 5.8 3.2 6.0 0.72 13.1 76.0

Research Analysts Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com Wenhan Chen 852 2101 6407 wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 8 6 4 2 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-10 Jun-10 Oct- 10 Feb-11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -7.0 -2.3

3M -5.0 -2.6

12M 5.4 -1.0

China Market Strategy

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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KWG Property Holding Limited
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 5.40 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 10.20

1813.HK / 1813 HK
Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/10A 2,893.8 0.44 n.a. 0.08 0.14 12/11E 2,893.8 0.67 0.62 0.13 -1.50 12/12E 2,893.8 0.65 0.80 0.12 -1.02 12/13E 2,893.8 0.70 0.98 0.13 -0.49

Price (16 Jun 11): HK$4.90, Rating: NEUTRAL [V], Target Price: HK$5.40, Analyst: Jinsong Du

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and shareholders' equity

12/10A 7,466 4,368.3 656.6 — -49.3 2,501 11.2 — 2,490.3 -13.5 — — — 2,503.8 1,223.0 1,280.8 — 0.0 — 1,280.8 — 1,281 12/10A 2,490 909.4 -646.5 -529.9 404.4 318.3 110.6 86.1 4.5 — — -212.2 — 144.7 — -540.7 -685.4 — -493.1 12/10A 6,803.6 47.7 2,553.8 15,515.1 24,920.1 1,343.9 — — 13,770.3 40,034.3
10,416.2 2,281.7 2,733.8 15,431.6 10,050.0 2,258.5 27,740.1 12,284.3 10.0

12/11E 9,764 5,980.7 933.0 — -451.0 3,314 12.3 — 3,301.4 -15.6 — — — 3,317.0 1,386.2 1,930.7 — — — 1,930.7 — 1,931 12/11E 3,301 1,370.9 -5,113.2 -1,154.5 -4,337.2 286.5 103.1 -4,623.7 3.8 — — -187.2 — 240.1 — 1,451.8 1,211.7 — -3,312.7 12/11E 8,011.5 54.8 4,451.5 17,089.8 29,607.7 1,618.1 — — 11,385.2 42,611.0
8,658.2 2,327.3 1,522.0 12,507.5 14,524.9 2,371.4 29,403.8 13,196.7 10.5

12/12E 10,471 6,792.8 875.6 — -511.1 3,328 13.6 — 3,314.0 5.6 — — — 3,308.4 1,435.3 1,873.1 — — — 1,873.1 — 1,873 12/12E 3,314 1,330.0 -3,329.5 -1,597.0 -2,942.4 308.0 106.9 -3,250.4 4.1 — — -205.3 1.0 361.9 — 747.4 386.5 — -2,761.2 12/12E 14,510.3 63.1 6,569.8 19,206.7 40,350.0 1,912.6 — — 12,536.2 54,798.8
6,281.4 2,373.9 5,195.2 13,850.5 23,738.4 2,490.0 40,078.8 14,708.9 11.0

12/13E 12,322 7,248.7 1,154.6 — -127.8 4,061 14.9 — 4,046.5 55.0 — — 103.3 3,991.5 1,952.9 2,038.5 — — — 2,038.5 — 2,039 12/13E 4,047 1,447.4 -2,427.6 -1,589.2 -1,417.8 304.3 105.0 -1,722.1 3.9 — — -203.3 2.0 351.1 — 1,099.6 750.5 — -870.5 12/13E 17,227.5 72.5 7,981.8 21,592.7 46,874.6 2,202.0 — — 13,838.5 62,915.0
8,284.9 2,421.3 5,905.7 16,612.0 27,278.6 2,614.5 46,505.0 16,398.4 11.6

Key earnings driver ASP (Rmb per sqm) GFA (000 sqm) Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E 11,475.6 12,032.1 12,530.7 — 1,001.74 1,054.21 1,453.78 1,706.44 12/10A
75.0 99.1 75.6 65.9 33.5 33.4 33.5 17.2 9.2 0.96 2.3 6.9 7.0 11.0 7.1 0.19 1.0 0.51 3.3 45.0 2.2 -184.3

12/11E
30.8 32.6 50.7 50.7 33.9 33.8 34.0 19.8 6.1 0.89 2.1 6.2 6.3 15.2 8.7 0.23 1.0 0.58 3.2 66.9 2.7 -211.6

12/12E
7.2 0.4 -3.0 -3.0 31.8 31.6 31.6 17.9 6.3 0.80 2.2 7.0 7.1 13.4 7.1 0.19 1.0 0.57 3.7 78.8 3.5 590.3

12/13E
17.7 22.1 8.8 8.8 33.0 32.8 32.4 16.5 5.8 0.72 2.0 6.0 6.0 13.1 7.2 0.20 1.0 0.51 3.8 76.0 — 73.5

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
18 80 16 70 14 60 12 50 10 40 8 30 6 20 4 10 2 0 0 Jun-07 Dec-07 Jun-08 Dec-08 Jun-09 Dec-09 Jun-10 Dec-10 Jun-11

Price (LHS)

12m fwd PE (x) (RHS)

40,034.3

42,611.0

54,798.8

62,915.0

China Market Strategy

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Poly (Hong Kong) Investments Ltd (0119.HK / 119 HK)
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Rating NEUTRAL* [V] Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 4.73 Target price (HK$) (from 7.80) 6.10¹ Chg to TP (%) 29.0 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 17,067.9 Enterprise value (HK$ mn) 35,716 Number of shares (mn) 3,608.44 Free float (%) 46.0 52-week price range 9.51 - 4.73
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

Valuation approaching appealing
May sales picked up while still long way ahead: Poly HK achieved contracted sales of Rmb2.4 bn in May, which boosted the company’s YTD sales to Rmb5.6 bn. The company’s first five months showed a 33% YoY growth while achieving just 31% of its full-year target of Rmb18 bn. The company divided its full-year target – Rmb7 bn in 1H and Rmb11 bn in 2H – and was confident of realising its 1H target. Given the market uncertainty, we are cautious on its sales in 2H11 and revise down our sales forecast by 10% to Rmb16.2 bn based on the company’s target. We also noticed that the company’s YTD ASP of Rmb7,000 psm is lower than its guidance of Rmb8,500 psm, which could put pressure on the company’s margin. Land replenishment continuing: YTD, Polly HK has acquired around 2.2 mn in Guiyang, Yantai, Weihai and Ningbo with total cost of around Rmb1.9 bn and it also bought a large project with a GFA of 4 mn in Zunyi at a cost of Rmb2 bn. However, the company sees little possibility to conduct further asset injections in the near term due to weak share price and market sentiment. NAV reduced on new sector assumptions: We revise our assumptions for the China property sector: we now expect ASP in major markets to drop 10% YoY (5% previously), and volumes to drop 15% YoY (10% previously). As a result, we revise down our forward NAV estimate to HK$11.1 from HK$14 and target price to HK$6.1 from HK$7.8. Valuation: Poly HK is trading at a 57% discount to 12-month NAV. Also its current price implies 0.78x P/B, which is approaching – 1SD (0.67x) of threeyear moving average (1.15x). Our new target price is set at 1x P/B; maintain NEUTRAL

Research Analysts Wenhan Chen 852 2101 6407 wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 14 9 4 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-1 0 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb -11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 200 150 100 50 0

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -18.6 -14.5

3M -24.2 -22.2

12M -38.2 -41.9

Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (HK$ mn) EBITDA (HK$ mn) EBIT (HK$ mn) Net income (HK$ mn) EPS (CS adj.) (HK$) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (HK$) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

China Market Strategy

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12/10A 8,514.1 2,802.8 2,802.8 1,209.6 0.37 n.a. n.a. 22.4 12.9 3.3 11.1 0.78 6.6 58.5

12/11E 13,049.1 3,622.6 3,622.6 1,808.1 0.50 -13.3 0.53 36.4 9.4 1.6 9.9 0.73 8.0 73.7

12/12E 19,536.4 4,810.3 4,810.3 2,322.8 0.64 -20.0 0.77 28.5 7.3 15.7 7.1 0.67 9.6 62.2

12/13E 24,440.2 6,231.0 6,231.0 3,221.9 0.89 -19.9 1.09 38.7 5.3 40.6 5.1 0.66 12.6 50.7

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Poly (Hong Kong) Investments Ltd
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 6.10 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 28.96

0119.HK / 119 HK
Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (HK$) DPS (HK$) Operating cash flow per 12/10A 3,292.6 0.37 n.a. 0.2 -0.11 12/10A
18.3 189.5 82.7 22.4 32.9 32.9 30.0 14.2 12.9 0.78 3.6 11.1 11.1 6.6 4.4 0.12 0.91 0.59 3.1 58.5 5.0 10.9

Price (16 Jun 11): HK$4.73, Rating: NEUTRAL [V], Target Price: HK$6.10, Analyst: Wenhan Chen
12/11E 3,608.4 0.50 0.53 0.1 -1.13 12/11E
53.3 29.3 49.5 36.4 27.8 27.8 25.6 13.9 9.4 0.73 2.7 9.9 9.9 8.0 5.0 0.16 0.92 0.61 3.3 73.7 5.1 10.8

12/12E 3,608.4 0.64 0.77 0.7 0.49 12/12E
49.7 32.8 28.5 28.5 24.6 24.6 23.0 11.9 7.3 0.67 1.8 7.1 7.1 9.6 6.4 0.19 0.94 0.60 3.7 62.2 3.6 14.3

12/13E 3,608.4 0.89 1.09 1.9 1.53 12/13E
25.1 29.5 38.7 38.7 25.5 25.5 24.1 13.2 5.3 0.66 1.3 5.1 5.1 12.6 8.7 0.19 0.95 0.60 4.5 50.7 — 18.4

Income statement (HK$ mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (HK$ mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (HK$ mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and shareholders' equity

12/10A 8,514 5,030.4 1,070.8 — -389.8 2,803 — — 2,802.8 257.3 — 11.6 — 2,557.1 1,049.4 1,507.7 — 298.1 — 1,209.6 — 1,210 12/10A 2,803 577.7 1,381.8 -3,973.3 -366.5 — — -366.5 — — — — — 131.3 — — -131.3 — -497.8 12/10A 16,054.7 1,215.0 — 45,025.0 62,294.7 1,751.5 — — 9,758.0 73,804.2
1,967.2 9,522.6 16,936.3 28,426.2 20,300.6 1,305.1 50,031.9 22,010.2 1,819.3

12/11E 13,049 8,280.1 1,362.4 — -216.1 3,623 — — 3,622.6 336.2 — 53.9 — 3,340.3 1,297.6 2,042.7 — 234.7 — 1,808.1 — 1,808 12/11E 3,623 680.9 -1,152.6 -5,864.1 -4,075.0 — — -4,075.0 — — — — — 559.3 — — -559.3 — -4,634.4 12/11E 11,438.5 1,336.5 — 57,027.9 69,803.0 1,751.5 — — 12,379.7 83,934.2
2,164.0 10,474.9 24,630.1 37,269.0 19,411.6 1,940.6 58,621.2 23,258.9 2,054.0

12/12E 19,536 13,241.7 1,787.4 — -302.9 4,810 — — 4,810.3 337.1 — 29.5 — 4,502.7 1,823.3 2,679.4 — 356.6 — 2,322.8 — 2,323 12/12E 4,810 893.1 4,899.8 -7,057.5 1,759.4 — — 1,759.4 — — — — — 271.2 — — -271.2 — 1,488.2 12/12E 12,946.7 1,470.2 — 72,510.6 86,927.5 1,751.5 — — 14,684.4 103,363.4
2,380.4 11,522.4 40,407.9 54,310.6 18,440.0 2,891.6 75,642.3 25,310.5 2,410.6

12/13E 24,440 16,198.3 2,270.4 — -259.5 6,231 — — 6,231.0 338.1 — 7.2 — 5,900.1 2,349.9 3,550.2 — 328.3 — 3,221.9 — 3,222 12/13E 6,231 1,183.4 8,941.0 -8,485.0 5,503.6 — — 5,503.6 — — — — — 2,671.2 — — -2,671.2 — 2,832.3 12/13E 15,801.1 1,617.2 — 92,504.7 109,923.0 1,751.5 — — 16,756.2 128,430.8
2,618.4 12,674.6 63,077.8 78,370.8 17,378.9 4,081.0 99,830.7 25,861.2 2,738.9

Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 2011

Price (LHS)

12m fwd PE (x) (RHS)

73,861.4

83,934.2

103,363.4

128,430.8

China Market Strategy

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Shimao Property Holdings Ltd
(0813.HK / 813 HK)
Rating NEUTRAL* [V] Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 8.94 Target price (HK$) (from 12.00) 10.10¹ Chg to TP (%) 13.0 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 31,730.9 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 51,730 Number of shares (mn) 3,549.32 Free float (%) 41.7 52-week price range 15.50 - 8.94
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

Lack of imminent catalyst
Revising down 2011 contracted sales forecast: As of May, Shimao had achieved contracted sales of Rmb11 bn (up 16% YoY) or 847,000 sqm (down 3% YoY), which means 31% of its 2011 full-year target of Rmb36 bn was achieved. Although its current sales progress is similar to that in 2010, we expect market conditions to be less favourable in 3Q than in 3Q10 when there was a significant volume rebound. Therefore, there will still likely be quite a few uncertainties in the coming months. We reduce our 2011 contracted sales forecast by 10% to Rmb33 bn. NAV reduced on new sector assumptions: We revise our assumptions for the China property sector: we now expect ASP in major markets to drop 10% YoY (5% previously), and volume to drop 15% YoY (10% previously). As a result, we revise down our forward NAV estimate for Shimao to HK$18.3 from HK$21.7 and target price to HK$10.1 from HK$12.00. Lack of catalyst in the near term: The company’s YTD commercial properties sales are around Rmb2 bn, behind its target of Rmb10 bn. Also, the company indicated there is a little possibility to spin off its hotel portfolio. Therefore, there is no strong catalyst for the company in the near term. Valuation: Shimao is trading at a 51% discount to 12-month NAV and 1x P/B. Given the expected market downturn and the company’s current sales progress, we maintain our NEUTRAL rating.

Research Analysts Wenhan Chen 852 2101 6407 wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 18 13 8 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-1 0 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb -11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -12.2 -7.8

3M -10.5 -8.2

12M -24.9 -29.4

China Market Strategy

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

12/10A 21,789.0 9,574.6 9,289.5 3,563.6 1.01 n.a. n.a. 25.1 7.4 4.7 5.1 0.99 14.2 67.9

12/11E 26,300.0 7,753.3 7,753.3 4,086.9 1.15 -2.3 1.20 14.7 6.5 4.3 6.7 0.97 15.1 72.7

12/12E 31,919.4 8,342.3 8,342.3 4,322.0 1.22 -9.9 1.43 5.8 6.1 4.5 5.8 0.89 15.2 65.6

12/13E 40,730.3 10,347.1 10,347.1 5,437.7 1.53 -10.1 1.73 25.8 4.8 5.8 4.8 0.85 18.0 65.7

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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Shimao Property Holdings Ltd 0813.HK / 813 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$8.94, Rating: NEUTRAL [V], Target Price: HK$10.10, Analyst: Wenhan Chen
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 10.10 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 12.98

Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 31,919 21,176.5 2,400.6 — — 8,342 — — 8,342.3 451.3 — 381.7 — 8,272.6 3,349.0 4,923.6 — 601.6 — 4,322.0 — 4,322 12/12E 8,342 1,820.0 5,298.9 -2,312.9 9,508.3 — — 9,508.3 — — — — — 1,348.7 — — -1,348.7 — 8,159.6 12/12E 11,852.9 5,124.3 — 37,186.4 54,163.6 6,553.6 2,280.5 — 48,600.4 111,598.0
17,813.9 9,376.7 23,212.5 50,403.0 24,695.5 2,613.2 77,711.7 29,594.6 4,291.7 111,598.0

12/10A 3,544.7 1.01 n.a. 0.35 1.31 12/10A
27.9 54.9 28.4 25.1 43.9 42.6 39.3 16.4 7.4 0.99 2.3 5.1 5.3 14.2 11.8 0.23 0.9 0.64 3.2 67.9 2.1 12.6

12/11E 3,544.3 1.15 1.20 0.32 1.86 12/11E
20.7 -16.5 14.7 14.7 29.5 29.5 28.2 15.5 6.5 0.97 2.0 6.7 6.7 15.1 8.8 0.25 1.0 0.61 3.4 72.7 2.9 14.4

12/12E 3,544.3 1.22 1.43 0.34 2.68 12/12E
21.4 7.6 5.8 5.8 26.1 26.1 25.9 13.5 6.1 0.89 1.5 5.8 5.8 15.2 8.8 0.29 1.0 0.60 3.3 65.6 2.7 15.4

12/13E 3,544.3 1.53 1.73 0.43 -1.65 12/13E
27.6 24.0 25.8 25.8 25.4 25.4 26.1 13.4 4.8 0.85 1.2 4.8 4.8 18.0 10.2 0.31 1.0 0.59 3.7 65.7 — 19.2

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 21,789 13,812.1 1,647.0 — -2,959.7 9,575 285.1 — 9,289.5 671.6 — -48.1 — 8,569.9 3,079.4 5,490.5 — 819.4 — 4,671.1 -1,107.5 3,564 12/10A 9,290 2,007.6 -1,557.4 -1,083.2 4,641.3 — — 4,641.3 — — — — — 1,346.4 8,100.9 — 6,754.6 — 11,395.9 12/10A 13,728.6 5,124.3 — 35,942.2 54,795.1 6,553.6 2,280.5 — 32,040.1 95,669.3
11,512.9 9,376.7 17,760.0 38,649.6 24,695.5 2,370.2 65,715.3 26,698.8 3,255.2 95,669.3

12/11E 26,300 16,316.9 2,229.8 — — 7,753 — — 7,753.3 466.0 — 117.8 — 7,405.1 2,883.2 4,521.9 — 435.0 — 4,086.9 — 4,087 12/11E 7,753 1,629.1 2,640.8 -2,161.0 6,604.0 — — 6,604.0 — — — — — 1,417.7 — — -1,417.7 — 5,186.3 12/11E 11,522.6 5,124.3 — 35,240.0 51,886.9 6,553.6 2,280.5 — 43,939.4 104,660.4
15,745.4 9,376.7 21,348.7 46,470.8 24,695.5 2,488.7 73,655.0 27,315.2 3,690.2 104,660.4

12/13E 40,730 27,856.0 2,527.2 — — 10,347 — — 10,347.1 450.3 — 743.6 — 10,640.4 4,413.3 6,227.1 — 788.7 — 5,438.4 -0.7 5,438 12/13E 10,347 2,447.3 -11,265.7 -2,499.0 -5,864.9 — — -5,864.9 — — — — — 1,426.3 — — -1,426.3 — -7,291.2 12/13E 10,426.6 5,124.3 1.0 55,541.3 71,093.1 6,553.6 2,280.5 — 51,713.3 131,640.5
34,838.6 9,376.7 23,999.9 68,215.2 24,695.5 2,743.8 95,654.5 30,904.6 5,080.4 131,639.5

Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

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Asia Pacific / China Real Estate Management & Development

Sino-Ocean Land Holdings Ltd
(3377.HK / 3377 HK)
Rating NEUTRAL* Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 3.52 Target price (HK$) (from 5.20) 3.90¹ Chg to TP (%) 10.8 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 19,848.8 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 33,861 Number of shares (mn) 5,638.87 Free float (%) 56.0 52-week price range 6.39 - 3.52
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months.

Beijing risk remains high; financial condition worsening despite the perpetual bond
Reducing 2011E ESP due to the recently issued perpetual bond: We expect Sino Ocean’s recently issued perpetual bond to add Rmb155 mn financial cost in 2011E and Rmb267 mn from 2012E onwards; this translates into HK$0.03 and HK$0.06 per share. Reducing NAV with new sector assumptions: Together with Credit Suisse economist and strategist’s more bearish call on China, we revise our assumptions for the China property sector: we now expect ASP in major markets to drop 10% YoY (5% previously), and volume to drop 15% YoY (10% previously). As a result, we reduce our forward NAV estimate from HK$9.45 to HK$7.1. Also, the combined impact from the perpetual bond and the more bearish sector outlook result in 13%, 17% and 17% reduction in our 2011, 2012 and 2013 EPS estimates, respectively. Actual financial condition may deteriorate: Sino Ocean’s Beijing projects are affected significantly by the severe tightening measures there. From January to May, Sino Ocean recorded Rmb9.2 bn of contracted sales, representing 31% of its full-year guidance. We expect Sino Ocean’s sales to remain relatively weak in the coming months, increasing the likelihood of reducing its FY11E contracted sales guidance. Although net gearing appears improved on the perpetual securities issuance, but in fact its financial condition is deteriorating due to the cash outflow for its increasing number of commercial property projects. Valuation: Sino Ocean is trading at a 50% discount to 12-month NAV. Given the current sector downturn, Sino Ocean's exposure in major cities such as Beijing, as well as its potentially deteriorating financial condition, we maintain our NEUTRAL rating despite its recent share price weakness.
12/10A 13,720.7 3,385.5 3,385.5 1,663.1 0.30 n.a. n.a. 51.6 9.9 4.4 9.1 0.65 6.8 42.8 12/11E 20,107.9 5,231.9 5,231.9 2,504.2 0.44 -13.0 0.49 50.6 6.6 4.9 6.5 0.60 9.5 45.5 12/12E 23,868.8 5,075.1 5,075.1 2,539.6 0.45 -16.8 0.57 1.4 6.5 5.4 7.0 0.54 8.8 46.3 12/13E 30,638.8 5,755.4 5,754.4 3,132.5 0.56 -16.7 0.66 23.3 5.3 5.9 6.5 0.50 9.8 46.7

Jinsong Du 852 2101 6589 jinsong.du@credit-suisse.com Wenhan Chen 852 2101 6407 wenhan.chen@credit-suisse.com Duo Chen 852 2101 7350 duo.chen@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 12 7 2 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-1 0 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb -11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 70 20

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -14.4 -10.0

3M -20.7 -18.7

12M -39.1 -42.8

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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Sino-Ocean Land Holdings Ltd
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 3.90 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 10.80

3377.HK / 3377 HK
Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/10A 5,636.6 0.30 n.a. 0.13 -1.11 12/11E 5,636.6 0.44 0.49 0.14 0.53 12/12E 5,636.6 0.45 0.57 0.16 0.37 12/13E 5,636.6 0.56 0.66 0.17 0.77

Price (16 Jun 11): HK$3.52, Rating: NEUTRAL, Target Price: HK$3.90, Analyst: Jinsong Du

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 13,721 9,596.0 898.3 — -159.1 3,385 — — 3,385.5 287.4 — — — 3,098.1 1,225.8 1,872.3 566.5 5.3 — 2,433.6 -770.5 1,663 12/10A 3,385 1,136.2 -6,913.4 -1,581.8 -6,245.9 29.8 342.4 -6,275.7 — — — -574.7 5,814.0 628.0 1,500.0 -1,485.9 5,200.2 — -1,620.4 12/10A 15,034.6 2,101.9 97.1 48,271.0 62,634.8 369.0 971.5 — 14,880.1 78,855.4
6,625.9 9,920.1 8,769.8 25,315.8 16,676.2 3,737.7 45,729.6 31,070.7 2,055.1 78,855.4

12/11E 20,108 13,644.4 1,453.4 — -221.8 5,232 — — 5,231.9 269.5 — — — 4,962.4 1,768.9 3,193.6 — 56.3 — 3,137.3 -633.1 2,504 12/11E 5,232 1,481.4 2,000.0 -2,739.7 3,010.8 31.3 448.7 2,979.6 — — — -514.3 2,522.0 955.7 1,500.0 -1,796.8 1,269.5 — 3,766.0 12/11E 13,349.8 2,417.2 106.8 54,144.9 66,718.5 405.9 1,117.2 — 20,665.2 88,906.9
7,619.8 9,920.1 11,112.7 28,652.6 18,176.2 3,965.2 50,794.0 35,852.3 2,260.6 88,906.9

12/12E 23,869 17,424.7 1,725.2 — -356.2 5,075 — — 5,075.1 283.0 — — — 4,792.1 1,452.1 3,340.0 — 56.3 — 3,283.7 -744.1 2,540 12/12E 5,075 1,549.4 1,026.1 -2,476.2 2,075.7 — 395.6 2,075.7 — — — 395.6 — 14.5 1,500.0 — 1,485.5 1.0 3,957.7 12/12E 12,938.1 2,779.7 117.4 60,724.4 72,764.4 446.5 1,284.8 — 23,839.4 98,335.2
8,762.8 9,920.1 14,129.7 32,812.6 19,676.2 4,238.2 56,727.0 39,121.5 2,486.7 98,335.2

12/13E 30,639 23,127.3 2,214.5 — -458.5 5,755 1.0 — 5,754.4 296.5 — — — 5,457.9 1,525.0 3,932.9 — 56.3 — 3,876.6 -744.1 3,133 12/13E 5,754 1,824.9 2,885.8 -2,447.8 4,367.5 — 395.6 4,367.5 — — — 395.6 — 1,177.8 1,500.0 — 322.2 2.0 5,087.3 12/13E 12,869.9 3,196.7 129.2 68,112.4 79,943.8 491.2 1,477.5 — 26,403.7 108,316.2
10,077.2 9,920.1 18,020.2 38,017.5 21,176.2 4,565.9 63,759.5 41,821.3 2,735.3 108,316.2

Key earnings driver ASP (Rmb per sqm) GFA (sqm) Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E 12,950.0 14,218.9 14,212.1 14,489.5 1,660,22 1,774,33 2,153,77 2,572,65 12/10A
55.5 55.5 51.6 51.6 24.7 24.7 22.6 12.1 9.9 0.65 2.2 9.1 9.1 6.8 4.3 0.17 0.92 0.60 2.4 42.8 4.2 11.8

12/11E
46.6 54.5 50.6 50.6 26.0 26.0 24.7 12.5 6.6 0.60 1.7 6.5 6.5 9.5 6.1 0.23 0.95 0.64 2.3 45.5 3.3 19.4

12/12E
18.7 -3.0 1.4 1.4 21.3 21.3 20.1 10.6 6.5 0.54 1.5 7.0 7.0 8.8 5.8 0.24 0.94 0.70 2.4 46.3 3.8 17.9

12/13E
28.4 13.4 23.3 23.3 18.8 18.8 17.8 10.2 5.3 0.50 1.2 6.5 6.5 9.8 6.3 0.28 0.95 0.72 2.4 46.7 — 19.4

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Sep-07 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Mar-08 Sep-08 Mar-09 Sep-09 Mar-10 Sep-10 Mar-11

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Wind Equipment Sector
Gone with the wind
Yang Y. Song – 852 2101 6550 – yang.y.song@credit-suisse.com

Earnings and target price changes
Figure 19: Key drivers
Key drivers Installed WTG (GW) Before WTG ASP (Rmb/KW) Before FY11E 17.0 n.s. 3650 4000 FY12E 16.8 n.a. 3252 3800 FY13E 16.5 n.a. 3100 3610

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 20: Earnings changes and target price
EPS old 2011 Goldwind (HK$) CHST (HK$) MY (US$) n.a. 1.01 1.41 2012 n.a. 1.04 1.54 EPS new* 2011 0.69 0.79 0.80 2012 0.60 0.79 0.75 TP* Old n.a. 16.86 15.2 New 7.2 9.5 7.5 Rating* Old n.a. O O New U N N

* Note: Changes implemented in China Wind Equipment Sector: Storm ahead, published 13 June 2011. Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Wind power demand goes ex-growth
The wind power industry is one of many industries in China that saw ‘over-zealous’ investment during the past few years. Many wind farms have been constructed without adequate transmission/ grid interconnection planning. As of year end 2010, only 31.1 GW (or 69%) of the 45 GW installed wind turbines were connected to the grid. In addition, according to the CEC, approximately 11% of wind power generated in first half of 2010 was rejected by the power grid, with Inner Mongolia being the most affected after having 23% curtailment. Jilin and Gansu provinces followed suit with 15% and 12% of the generated wind power rejected by the grid. If this calculation were to include the opportunity lost by WTG shutdowns, as commanded by the grid central dispatch, the curtailment would be even higher. We believe as China addresses the debt problem developed during the past two years through continued tightening, the investments in the wind power sector will also slow down. We are forecast 16-17 GW in installed wind power growth per annum for 2011-15; decreasing from the 18.9 GW installed in 2010.
Figure 21: Installed and commissioned wind capacity forecast (GW)
2005 Connected wind capacity (cum) Installed wind capacity (cum) Previously installed but not connected Newly-installed wind capacity Commissioned wind Newly-installed but not connected % cumulative installed but not connected % newly installed wind connected to the grid Source: CEC, Credit Suisse estimates 1.1 1.3 2006 2.1 2.6 0.2 1.3 1.0 0.5 20.2 60.6 2007 4.2 5.9 0.5 3.3 2.1 1.7 28.7 48.7 2008 8.4 12.1 1.7 6.2 4.2 3.7 30.9 40.1 2009 16.1 25.9 3.7 13.8 7.7 9.8 37.7 29.1 2010 31.1 44.8 9.8 18.9 14.9 13.7 30.7 27.4 2011E 49.9 61.8 13.7 17.0 18.8 11.9 19.3 30.0 2012E 67.7 78.6 11.9 16.8 17.8 10.9 13.9 35.0 2013E 85.2 95.1 10.9 16.5 17.5 9.9 10.4 40.0 2014E 102.4 111.3 9.9 16.3 17.2 8.9 8.0 45.0 2015E 119.3 127.3 8.9 16.0 16.9 8.0 6.3 50.0

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We discuss factors contributing to slower wind power growth below: Government approvals become more stringent

According to the China Daily, China's National Energy Bureau (NEB) is drafting new regulations to standardise the approval on wind farms. Currently, China's local governments have the power to approve wind farm projects of less than 50 MW in installed capacity. Wind farm projects larger than 50 MW are approved by the NDRC. To get their projects approved by local governments, an easier and faster route than the approval by the central government, wind operators often divide their wind farm projects into multiple stages, each being smaller than 50 MW. As a result, numerous wind farms across the country are 49.5 MW in size. The new regulation would require local governments to first gain approval from the NEB before they can offer licences for wind projects. We believe this move is the central government’s bid to curb over-enthusiasm in wind development at the provincial level and reshape wind development so that it is more coordinated with the regional transmission development. Difficulty in access to capital could also play a role in limiting wind capacity growth

Chinese authorities have been combatting inflation through monetary tightening, including reducing lending quota and increasing reserve requirement and the interest rate. As wind farms are typically financed by over 70% debt, there is concern that monetary tightening could affect growth in wind power capacity. We believe the SOEs with a good relationship with Chinese banks will see less impact while private developers or regional entities could be more affected. Anecdotally, we hear from small wind developers that access to capital is becoming increasingly difficult. Wind power integration constraints limit capacity growth beyond 2011/12

WTG industry is facing significant over capacity. We estimate capacity utilisation declines materially to 54% in 2011 from 73% in 2010, creating enormous pressure on WTG’s average selling prices. We forecast the realised ASP for 2011 sales to be Rmb780/kW lower than 2010’s, and decline by a further Rmb390/kW in 2012, guided by recent WTG tender pricing points in addition to the supply/ demand curve we constructed. As demand softens and ASP continues to decline, we see significant risk to earnings that is not yet acknowledged by the Street. In Figure 22, we show our estimates for these companies (Goldwind, CHST and Mingyang), and found our estimates are 20-40% below Street. We find the consensus is discounting unrealistically bullish assumptions in terms of sales volume, ASP and gross margin for the three companies and believe there is significant downward earning revision ahead.

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We see significant wind power integration issues that are difficult to resolve within the medium term and, in our view, will cap the wind capacity growth beyond the immediate future. We believe the integration bottleneck is caused because of: (1) highly concentrated wind farm distribution in wind-rich areas as China pursues the 10+ GW wind base strategy; (2) lack of regulation capacity to ramp up/ down to accommodate intermittency of wind generation; and (3) lack of T&D infrastructure to transmit wind power to load centres. All above-mentioned issues may take years to be resolved hence our bearish view on the growth potential of wind generation in China beyond 2011/12.

2011/12 EPS estimates 20-40% below consensus

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Figure 22: CS versus consensus earnings estimates
Consensus (Rmb) 2011 Goldwind CHST MY 0.85 1.02 1.13 2012 0.89 1.10 1.20 CS (Rmb) 2011 0.69 0.79 0.80 2012 0.60 0.79 0.75 CS vs Consensus (%) 2011 -19 -22 -29 2012 -33 -28 -38

Source: IBES, Credit Suisse estimates

Negative catalysts abound
We expect consensus earnings for these stocks to fall 20-40% to properly reflect softening wind equipment demand and continued pressure in equipment ASPs, hence further share price weakness in both names, especially around the time of interim results (August). We also see continued news flow on ASP declining, quality issues of wind turbines and tightening government policies in the coming months. We value Goldwind, CHST and MY on 10x 2012 earnings and reach target prices of HK$7.20, HK$9.50 and UD$7.20, respectively, implying 11% downside, 14% upside and 36% upside from the 17 June closing. WE rate Goldwind UNDERPERFORM and both CHST and MY as NEUTRAL. We should point out that the upsides in our target prices for CHST and MY are purely valuation-based. Given the lack of WTG demand and pricing visibility and substantial downward revision we are expecting to theses stocks’ earnings, we believe the market will assign discount multiples to both names in the short run and the stock prices will remain depressed.

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Asia Pacific / China Electrical Equipment

Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology (2208.HK / 2208 HK)
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Rating UNDERPERFORM* [V] Price (17 Jun 11, HK$) 8.54 Target price (HK$) 7.20¹ Chg to TP (%) -15.7 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 4,270.4 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) -3,826 Number of shares (mn) 500.05 Free float (%) — 52-week price range 21.30 - 8.46
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

The Gold is losing its shine
Sales volume forecast too bullish. Goldwind forecasts 5.5 GW sales for 2011, which implies a market share gain of 12%, from 20% in 2010 to 32% in 2011, based on our 17 GW installed WTG forecast. We believe this is extremely difficult to achieve given our view that direct drive technology (that Goldwind is the champion) has balanced advantages and disadvantages compared with the double-fed wind turbine generators (WTGs) with gearboxes. The direct drive WTGs’ market share gain in the last four years (from 3% in 2007 to 20% in 2010) results from Goldwind’s internal switch of WTG models from the smaller 750 kW geared WTG to the bigger 1.5 MW direct drive model. Goldwind’s 750 kW geared WTG’s market share decreased from 20% in 2007 to 1% in 2010. This alone explains the market share gain of direct drive against geared WTGs. As the 750 kW model has been almost completely phased out, we do not expect significant increase in direct drive WTG’s market share going forward and thus no significant uptick in market share for Goldwind. ASP under pressure. Goldwind started the ASP decline to subRmb4,000/kW when it bid Rmb3,850/kW in the Xinjiang Hami tender last year. The company does not command an ASP premium versus other domestic players and will suffer from the same, as intense competition due to overcapacity and lack of differentiation continues to weigh on WTG price. Significant downside to earnings. Our 2011/12 EPS estimates are 19% and 33% below IBES consensus, primarily due to our lower assumption for Goldwind’s WTG sales at 4,315 MW and 4,485 MW and domestic ASP at Rmb3,606/ kW and Rmb3,273/ kW for 2011/12. We expect material downward revisions to earnings in the not-so-distant future, especially around the time of interim results. Goldwind is our top short idea within the group.
12/10A 17,475.2 3,356.1 3,188.9 2,289.5 0.99 n.a. n.a. -20.7 7.2 5.6 -0.9 1.3 26.3 net cash 12/11E 16,663.3 2,650.9 2,352.1 1,592.7 0.69 0 0.85 -30.4 10.3 3.9 -1.4 1.2 12.4 net cash 12/12E 16,319.4 2,589.7 2,100.8 1,384.3 0.60 0 0.89 -13.1 11.8 3.4 -1.4 1.2 10.1 net cash 12/13E 16,555.6 2,660.8 2,049.6 1,339.4 0.58 0 0.95 -3.2 12.2 3.3 -2.2 1.1 9.2 net cash

Research Analysts Yang Y. Song 852 2101 6550 yang.y.song@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 40 30 20 10 0 Oct-10 Feb -11 Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40 Jun-11

The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI CHINA F IDX which closed at 6417.61 on 17/06/11 On 17/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Performance over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -21.0 -14.3

3M -40.8 -39.2

12M — -4.3

Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 7.20 %Up/Dwn Assumptions -15.69

2208.HK / 2208 HK
12/10A 2,315.8 0.99 n.a. 0.40 0.09 12/10A
63.8 49.7 31.2 -20.7 19.2 18.2 16.0 13.1 7.2 1.3 -0.18 -0.9 -1.0 26.3 52.1 0.62 0.88 0.85 2.2 -49.1 -2.0 27.3

Price (17 Jun 11): HK$8.54, Rating: UNDERPERFORM [V], Target Price: HK$7.20, Analyst: Yang Song
Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 16,319 13,235.7 833.1 244.8 -583.9 2,590 488.9 — 2,100.8 153.8 -254.2 — — 1,692.8 251.5 1,441.4 — 57.0 — 1,384.3 — 1,384 12/12E 2,101 -251.5 -402.1 177.7 1,625.0 -1,000.0 — 625.0 — — -153.8 -1,153.8 — -637.3 — 45.7 -591.6 — -120.4 12/12E 10,209.4 3,786.3 4,371.4 1,131.5 19,498.6 6,353.8 501.3 — 1,176.7 27,530.4
5,848.8 296.7 2,756.3 8,901.8 2,670.2 807.2 12,379.2 14,158.6 438.7 27,530.4

12/11E 2,315.8 0.69 0.85 0.28 1.72 12/11E
-4.6 -26.2 -30.4 -30.4 15.9 14.1 11.7 9.6 10.3 1.2 -0.23 -1.4 -1.6 12.4 28.8 0.62 0.83 0.85 2.0 -51.3 -2.8 16.2

12/12E 2,315.8 0.60 0.89 0.24 0.70 12/12E
-2.1 -10.7 -13.1 -13.1 15.9 12.9 10.4 8.5 11.8 1.2 -0.23 -1.4 -1.8 10.1 24.0 0.59 0.81 0.85 1.9 -47.8 -2.8 13.7

12/13E 2,315.8 0.58 0.95 0.23 1.59 12/13E
1.4 -2.4 -3.2 -3.2 16.1 12.4 9.9 8.1 12.2 1.1 -0.36 -2.2 -2.9 9.2 24.2 0.58 0.80 0.85 1.8 -59.2 — 13.3

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 17,475 13,453.8 1,248.4 98.4 -681.5 3,356 167.2 — 3,188.9 117.0 -272.2 — — 2,799.7 415.9 2,383.8 — 94.3 — 2,289.5 — 2,290 12/10A 3,189 -415.9 -1,895.4 -675.5 202.1 -1,454.9 — -1,252.8 — — -1,040.5 -2,495.4 7,038.8 -165.8 342.8 63.0 7,278.8 — 4,985.6 12/10A 9,658.2 7,583.1 4,390.7 1,204.0 22,836.1 3,782.8 610.1 — 1,168.7 28,397.6
8,130.2 1,501.5 2,824.5 12,456.2 1,465.3 845.2 14,766.7 12,372.8 341.9 28,397.6

12/11E 16,663 13,271.5 1,051.0 249.9 -560.1 2,651 298.8 — 2,352.1 144.9 -259.6 — — 1,947.6 289.3 1,658.3 — 65.6 — 1,592.7 — 1,593 12/11E 2,352 -289.3 1,941.1 -26.3 3,977.6 -2,250.0 — 1,727.6 — — -144.9 -2,394.9 — -916.2 — 13.1 -903.1 — 679.6 12/11E 10,333.8 5,007.4 2,755.4 1,155.4 19,252.0 5,788.3 555.7 — 1,172.7 26,768.7
5,864.7 296.7 2,771.4 8,932.8 2,670.2 818.5 12,421.5 13,328.2 381.7 26,768.7

12/13E 16,556 13,474.9 730.0 248.3 -558.4 2,661 611.1 — 2,049.6 153.8 -257.9 — — 1,637.9 243.3 1,394.6 — 55.2 — 1,339.4 — 1,339 12/13E 2,050 -243.3 1,570.0 298.1 3,674.4 -800.0 — 2,874.4 — — -153.8 -953.8 — -553.9 — 62.9 -491.0 — 2,229.6 12/13E 12,435.0 3,841.1 2,884.2 1,147.9 20,308.2 6,597.1 446.9 — 1,180.7 28,532.8
5,954.5 296.7 2,804.6 9,055.8 2,670.2 815.0 12,540.9 14,962.0 493.9 28,532.8

Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pre-tax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

Share price vs P/E multiple
25 20 15 10 5 0 Oct-10 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Dec-10 Mar-11

Price (LHS)

12m fwd PE (x) (RHS)

China Market Strategy

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China High Speed Transmission Equipment (0658.HK / 658 HK)
■ ■ ■
Rating Price (17 Jun 11, HK$) Target price (HK$) Chg to TP (%) Market cap. (HK$ mn) Enterprise value (Rmb mn) Number of shares (mn) Free float (%) 52-week price range NEUTRAL* 7.92 9.50¹ 19.9 10,792.9 9,913 1,362.74 84.6 18.50 - 7.92
Research Analysts Yang Y. Song 852 2101 6550 yang.y.song@credit-suisse.com

Weak wind market fundamentals priced in
Sales volume forecast bullish, ASP under pressure. CHST has forecast 12,000 MW sales for 2011, which implies domestic market share gain of more than 20%, from 55% in 2010 to 77% in 2011, based on our 17,000 MW installed WTG forecast. We believe this is extremely difficult to accomplish, as CHST’s market share has not seen any increase in the last three years. We also see significant pressure in ASP as WTG manufacturers continue to squeeze component suppliers. Hence, there is a high likelihood of margin erosion for the company. We forecast wind gearbox gross margin to decrease to 27% and 25% in 2011/12 from 31% in 2010. Weak wind market fundamentals priced in. We believe the softening wind turbine demand and declining ASP are largely priced in. We estimate the market is pricing in 10,500 MW in sales volume, 24% gross margin and a wind gearbox price drop of 17% from Rmb600/kW in 2010 to Rmb500/kW in 2012 (slightly lower than our forecast of 11,100 MW WTG sales, 25% gross margin and Rmb500/kW wind gearbox ASP). Given CHST’s growing potential in the export market (it received orders for wind gearboxes of 1,500 MW from GE in 2011 and plans to increase the delivery by 60% to 2,400 MW in 2012) and its major competitor in the international market Hansen Transmissions’ financial difficulties, we believe the company’s wind gearbox export growth could surprise the market on the upside. On a pure valuation basis, we think the share price reflects much of the future weakness in the wind equipment market, hence our NEUTRAL rating. But our EPS estimates are 22% and 28% below IBES consensus. We believe downward revision in earnings and high uncertainty in ASP and demand will continue to weigh down this name. We believe there will be a better entry point for CHST after consensus estimates are revised down sufficiently.
12/10A 7,392.6 2,013.5 1,644.1 1,383.6 1.08 n.a. n.a. 39.1 6.1 3.3 5.2 1.4 23.4 19.1 12/11E 7,286.1 1,818.7 1,386.7 1,015.9 0.79 0 1.02 -26.6 8.3 3.9 5.5 1.0 13.1 11.7 12/12E 7,728.1 1,827.5 1,360.3 1,011.0 0.79 0 1.10 -0.5 8.3 2.8 5.1 1.0 11.9 4.1 12/13E 7,728.1 1,856.3 1,360.3 1,062.2 0.83 0 1.15 5.1 7.9 2.8 4.5 0.9 11.5 net cash

*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months.

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 40 30 20 10 0 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-1 0 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb -11
The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI CHINA F IDX which closed at 6417.61 on 17/06/11 On 17/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

Performance over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -22.2 -15.5

3M -34.7 -33.1

12M -53.2 -57.5

Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

China Market Strategy

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China High Speed Transmission Equipment 0658.HK / 658 HK
Price (17 Jun 11): HK$7.92, Rating: NEUTRAL, Target Price: HK$9.50, Analyst: Yang Song
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 9.50 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 19.95

Per share data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/13E 7,728 5,676.8 781.1 52.8 -638.8 1,856 536.2 40.2 1,360.3 137.5 — 43.8 — 1,266.7 196.9 1,069.7 — 7.5 — 1,062.2 — 1,062 12/13E 1,360 -196.9 — 488.4 1,651.8 -400.0 — 1,251.8 — — -137.5 -537.5 — -239.3 -500.0 7.5 -731.7 — 382.6 12/13E 3,013.4 3,983.7 1,401.6 18.7 8,417.4 5,095.4 75.9 961.0 893.5 15,443.2
2,911.6 1,357.8 183.2 4,452.6 1,142.2 30.0 5,624.8 9,674.8 143.5 15,443.2

12/10A 1,281.3 1.08 n.a. 0.22 1.39 12/10A
30.9 18.3 43.2 39.1 27.2 22.2 22.3 18.7 6.1 1.4 1.4 5.2 6.3 23.4 17.1 0.50 1.0 0.84 2.0 19.1 0.71 11.2

12/11E 1,281.3 0.79 1.02 0.25 1.35 12/11E
-1.4 -15.7 -26.6 -26.6 25.0 19.0 16.6 13.9 8.3 1.0 1.4 5.5 7.1 13.1 12.9 0.48 0.9 0.84 1.8 11.7 0.53 6.3

12/12E 1,281.3 0.79 1.10 0.19 1.19 12/12E
6.1 -1.9 -0.5 -0.5 23.6 17.6 15.6 13.1 8.3 1.0 1.2 5.1 6.9 11.9 12.4 0.51 0.9 0.84 1.7 4.1 0.20 6.9

12/13E 1,281.3 0.83 1.15 0.19 1.29 12/13E
— — 5.1 5.1 24.0 17.6 16.4 13.7 7.9 0.9 1.1 4.5 6.2 11.5 12.3 0.50 0.9 0.84 1.6 -5.2 — 9.9

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 7,393 5,093.8 747.2 50.5 -512.3 2,013 409.6 40.2 1,644.1 146.8 111.3 41.5 — 1,650.0 256.5 1,393.5 — 9.8 — 1,383.6 — 1,384 12/10A 1,644 -256.5 -76.3 470.9 1,782.1 -1,354.3 — 427.9 — — -712.3 -2,066.6 1,969.7 -327.4 534.4 70.8 2,247.5 — 1,963.0 12/10A 3,037.4 3,810.8 1,257.7 17.9 8,123.8 4,869.8 196.6 829.6 893.5 14,913.1
2,612.6 2,428.6 184.7 5,225.9 2,043.1 148.2 7,417.2 7,392.7 121.6 14,931.5

12/11E 12/12E 7,286 7,728 5,256.1 5,676.8 736.4 781.1 49.7 52.8 -574.8 -610.0 1,819 1,828 472.2 507.4 40.2 40.2 1,386.7 1,360.3 219.1 198.5 - 142,108,547, 43.8 43.8 — — 1,211.5 1,205.7 188.4 187.5 1,023.1 1,018.2 — — 7.2 7.2 — — 1,015.9 1,011.0 — — 1,016 1,011 12/11E 1,387 -188.4 104.8 424.7 1,727.9 -600.0 — 1,127.9 — — -219.1 -819.1 — -327.4 -471.6 -111.0 -910.1 — -1.2 12/11E 3,036.2 3,755.9 1,297.7 17.6 8,107.4 5,078.0 156.3 873.4 893.5 15,108.7
2,695.9 2,172.4 172.7 5,041.0 1,827.6 30.0 6,898.6 8,081.2 128.8 15,108.7

12/12E 1,360 -187.5 -106.5 460.0 1,526.3 -500.0 — 1,026.3 — — -198.5 -698.5 — -240.4 -1,000.0 7.2 -1,233.2 — -405.4 12/12E 2,630.8 3,983.7 1,401.6 18.7 8,034.8 5,151.1 116.1 917.2 893.5 15,112.7
2,911.6 1,629.3 183.2 4,724.2 1,370.7 30.0 6,124.8 8,851.8 136.0 15,112.7

Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pre-tax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

Share price vs P/E multiple
45 40 35 30 15 25 20 10 15 10 5 5 0 0 Jun-07 Dec-07 Jun-08 Dec-08 Jun-09 Dec-09 Jun-10 Dec-10 Jun-11 25 20

Price (LHS)

12m fwd PE (x) (RHS)

China Market Strategy

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China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Ltd. (MY / MY US)
■ ■ ■
Rating Price (16 Jun 11, US$) Target price (US$) Chg to TP (%) Market cap. (US$ mn) Enterprise value (Rmb mn) Number of shares (mn) Free float (%) 52-week price range NEUTRAL* [V] 5.30 7.50¹ 35.8 662.5 3,431 125.00 20.0 14.48 - 5.25

All about market share gain
Aggressive sales volume forecast. MY management is guiding aggressive commissioned WTG volume growth in 2011 (2,300-2,400 MW versus 936 MW in 2010) and significant market share gains (12-14% versus 5.5% in 2010). Our sensitivity analysis shows that whether MY’s valuation is attractive at the current price hinges on the company’s ability to grow its market share to 10% or above in 2012. Note that our US$7.50 target price assumes MY can achieve its stated goal to grow market share to at least 12%. There could be additional downside to our earnings estimates and target price if MY fails to deliver on this. Comparing MY’s year-end 2010 order backlogs against those of other major domestic competitors, we do not see significant market shares gains. We remain sceptical on MY’s ability to achieve its market share growth target. Street too bullish. Our 2011/12 earnings estimates are 29%/38% below IBES consensus. We estimate consensus earnings are discounting Rmb3,600/ kW+ for ASP (excluding VAT), 21%+ gross margin and 2GW+ WTG sales in 2012 versus our assumptions of Rmb3,217/ kW ASP, 17% gross margin and 2,149 MW WTG sales. We believe Street is too optimistic and aggressive given our view of moderating WTG installation from the 2010 levels and the ASP possibly declining to as low as Rmb3,050/kW. Time is not right. Besides deteriorating fundamentals of the wind energy market and the downward earnings revision by Street, US-listed China stocks are currently suffering from a crisis of confidence among investors, making it difficult to be more constructive on this name at present.

*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months. [V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix).

Research Analysts Yang Y. Song 852 2101 6550 yang.y.song@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) 14 9 4 Oct-10 Feb-11 Jun-11 Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI CHINA F IDX which closed at 6491.91 on 16/06/11. On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was US$1./US$1

Performance over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -32.9 -26.3

3M -49.0 -47.4

12M — -4.3

Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

12/10A 5,517.8 828.9 790.5 730.1 5.84 n.a. n.a. n.m 5.9 0 2.7 1.2 36.5 net cash

12/11E 6,516.2 772.6 695.7 652.6 5.22 0 7.37 -10.6 6.6 0 4.4 1.0 17.2 net cash

12/12E 6,933.3 855.7 688.9 608.0 4.86 0 7.82 -6.8 7.0 0 3.4 0.9 13.8 net cash

12/13E 6,731.7 931.1 770.6 693.1 5.54 0 7.07 14.0 6.2 0 2.3 0.8 13.7 net cash

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

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China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Ltd. MY / MY US
Price (16 Jun 11): US$5.30, Rating: NEUTRAL [V], Target Price: US$7.50, Analyst: Yang Song
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 7.50 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 35.85

Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per Key ratios and valuation Growth (%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pre-tax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

12/10A 125.0 5.84 n.a. — 1.91 12/10A
370.5 -686.1 -429.9 363.9 15.0 14.3 13.7 13.2 5.9 1.2 0.41 2.7 2.9 36.5 98.7 0.65 1.0 0.97 2.4 -56.9 -2.4 22.5

12/11E 125.0 5.22 7.37 — -4.96 12/11E
18.1 -12.0 -10.6 -10.6 11.9 10.7 11.9 10.0 6.6 1.0 0.53 4.4 4.9 17.2 24.2 0.72 1.1 0.84 2.2 -20.4 -1.1 -8.6

12/12E 125.0 4.86 7.82 — 4.92 12/12E
6.4 -1.0 -6.8 -6.8 12.3 9.9 10.5 8.8 7.0 0.9 0.42 3.4 4.3 13.8 17.2 0.70 1.1 0.84 2.1 -28.0 -1.6 -20.0

12/13E 125.0 5.54 7.07 — 7.39 12/13E
-2.9 11.9 14.0 14.0 13.8 11.4 12.3 10.3 6.2 0.8 0.31 2.3 2.7 13.7 19.2 0.64 1.1 0.84 1.9 -39.4 — -14.2

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E 5,518 6,516 6,933 6,732 4,392.1 5,300.7 5,606.0 5,342.9 271.9 383.2 407.8 395.9 43.1 63.6 67.7 65.7 -18.2 -3.9 -3.9 -3.9 828.9 772.6 855.7 931.1 47.2 85.7 175.7 169.3 8.8 8.8 8.8 8.8 790.5 695.7 688.9 770.6 35.1 -80.8 -34.4 -54.1 - 44,408,920,9 44,408,920,9 44,408,920,9 2.6 2.1 2.1 2.1 — — — — 758.1 778.6 725.4 826.9 20.9 120.7 112.4 128.2 737.2 657.9 612.9 698.7 — — — — 7.1 5.3 4.9 5.6 — — — — 730.1 652.6 608.0 693.1 — — — — 730.1 652.6 608.0 693.1 12/10A 790.5 — -381.4 -170.2 238.9 -570.0 — -331.1 — — -122.6 -692.6 2,206.8 — -30.0 68.6 2,245.4 — 1,791.7 12/10A 2,486.0 2,895.8 1,895.2 344.6 7,621.5 351.3 86.3 — 432.6 8,491.7
3,632.5 480.0 585.3 4,697.8 — 266.7 4,964.5 3,457.3 69.9 8,491.7

12/11E 695.7 — -1,354.3 39.1 -619.5 -533.0 — -1,152.5 — — — -533.0 — — — — — — -1,152.5 12/11E 1,333.4 3,711.0 2,347.5 340.3 7,732.3 816.3 77.5 — 432.6 9,058.7
3,541.5 480.0 585.3 4,606.8 — 266.7 4,873.5 4,110.0 75.2 9,058.7

12/12E 688.9 — -164.2 90.9 615.6 -125.0 — 490.6 — — — -125.0 — — — — — — 490.6 12/12E 1,824.0 3,948.5 2,520.1 354.8 8,647.4 783.3 68.6 — 432.6 9,932.0
3,801.9 480.0 585.3 4,867.2 — 266.7 5,133.9 4,718.0 80.1 9,932.0

12/13E 770.6 — 64.8 88.5 924.0 -100.0 — 824.0 — — — -100.0 — — — — — — 824.0 12/13E 2,648.0 3,833.7 2,402.5 345.0 9,229.1 731.7 59.8 — 432.6 10,453.2
3,624.4 480.0 585.3 4,689.7 — 266.7 4,956.4 5,411.0 85.7 10,453.2

[V] = Stock considered volatile (see Disclosure Appendix). Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Sep-10 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 Dec-10 Mar-11

Price (LHS)

12m fwd PE (x) (RHS)

China Market Strategy

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Infrastructure Sector
A spending spree is close to the end
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Earnings and target price changes
Figure 23: We lower our forecast for railway and highway investment in 2011-15E
Key drivers Railway (infrastructure) investment (Rmb bn) Previous forecast Highway investment (Rmb bn) Previous forecast Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates 2011E 600 743 975 993 2012E 513 679 894 983 2013E 468 595 841 960 2014E 435 512 817 902 2015E 389 437 764 814

Figure 24: China’s annual transport infrastructure spending, 2005-15E
Total 2005
Annual investment (Rmb bn)

Total

2006 623 155 87 24 889 13.6 74.6 26.2 50.7 23.1

2007 649 177 89 32 947 4.2 14.1 2.0 34.0 6.5

2008 688 338 99 38 1,163 6.0 90.5 11.4 18.8 22.8

2009 967 601 106 61 1,735 40.5 77.9 7.3 59.5 49.2

2010 2011E 2012E 2013E 2014E 2015E 2006-10E 2011-15E 1,148 709 117 73 2,047 18.7 18.1 10.5 20.0 18.0 975 600 127 88 1,779 -15.1 -15.4 8.3 20.0 -13.1 894 513 143 110 1,660 -8.2 -14.6 12.9 25.0 -6.7 841 468 165 143 1,617 -5.9 -8.7 15.1 30.0 -2.6 817 435 187 164 1,603 -2.8 -7.1 13.7 15.0 -0.8 764 389 215 181 1,548 -6.6 -10.6 15.0 10.0 -3.4 4,075 1,980 497 229 6,781 4,291 2,404 838 685 8,219

Highway Rail (infrastructure) Waterway/port Metro Total YoY % Highway Rail Waterway/port Metro Total

548 89 69 16 722 16.6 72.2 68.9 35.7 25.7

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Figure 25: Earnings and target price changes and valuations
Mkt cap Code CCCC CRCC CRGL 1800 HK 1186 HK 0390 HK Curr HKD HKD HKD 6.57 6.45 3.55 13,159 12,252 13,374 CS N N N 7.48 7.12 3.90 Upside/ TP downside 13.9 10.4 9.9 EPS 11E 0.74 0.70 0.40 12E 0.85 0.75 0.42 EPS chg % 11E 12E -1.1 -1.2 -3.2 -8.4 -4.9 -10.3 P/E 11E 7.4 7.8 7.5 12E 6.3 7.0 6.8 Divd yield 3.1 3.6 2.0 PB 1.2 1.0 0.9 Price (US$ m) rating 11E 11E

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Railway and highway investment, the key areas of slowdown
China’s LGFV issue will impact local governments’ future infrastructure spending Although we had already expected China’s annual transport infrastructure investment to peak in 2010, in particular, in the areas of railway and highway, we now view the large size of LGFV will force banks to be more cautious on lending to local governments’ sponsored/funded infrastructure projects in future, especially projects without profit or cash flow visibility. This will thus slow down local governments’ infrastructure spending over the next few years. Highway, compared to urban metro, will be more impacted, in our view, as the former has been already well developed in the affluent regions, while the latter is at the initial stage of development even in tier-one and tier-two cities. Highway will be more impacted

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Figure 26: China’s highway investment by source, 2006-08
100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2006 Loans Vehicle purchase tax Others
Source: MOT

Figure 27: Sharp rise in local government debt
% of GDP 60 50 40 30 20 6.3 16.1 18.9 22.3 Est. by the DRC Study Group Est. by the MOF Study Group

7.3% 7.8% 0.9% 9.0% 1.5% 32.8%

6.0% 7.5% 0.8% 12.1% 1.4% 34.2%

6.5% 7.0% 1.0% 11.8% 2.5% 34.8%

32.6 16.0

40.7%

38.0%

36.4%

10 0

2007 Local government Foreign investment

2008 Central fiscal spending Enterprises

2004

2007 Central Govt Local Govt

2010E

Source: MOF study group, DRC study group, CEIC, Credit Suisse estimates

Surging challenges force MOR to be more rational in spending On the railway front, the Ministry of Railways faces increasing challenges of low profitability of high speed rails, surging financial gearing and debt repayment burden. After a few years of spending spree, MOR’s balance sheet is getting stretched. According to a few channel sources, MOR’s total debt at the end of 2010 may reach approximately Rmb1.5 tn. We estimate its net gearing will surge to above 85% at the end of 2010. These challenges have forced it to be more rational on future investment spending. According to its 12th Five-Year Plan, MOR plans to spend Rmb2.8 tn over 2011-15, lower than the widely-talked original plan of Rmb3.0 tn to Rmb3.5 tn. Based on our discussion with industry experts, we estimate investment on the infrastructure network to be Rmb2.4 tn, lower than our original forecast of Rmb2.9 tn. MOR has already lowered FY11 railway infrastructure spending to Rmb600 bn from the previous Rmb700 bn.
Figure 28: Railway investment heavily relies on debt funding
Local govnt and enterprises 15.6% Other s 1.8% Central govnt subsidy 1.0% MOR (special railway construction) 23.9%

Low profitability of high speed rails, surging financial gearing and debt repayment burden We estimate Rmb2.4 tn on railway infrastructure network building

Figure 29: MOR’s surging net gearing
900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 2006 2007 2005 Rmb bn 90.0% 80.0% 70.0% 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0 % 2009E 2010E

Foreign fund (World Bank loan) 1.1%

Debt (bank loans + bonds) 44.2%

MOR (internal cash) 12.4%

Total debt
Source: MOR, Credit Suisse estimates Source: MOR, Credit Suisse estimates

2008E

Net gearin g

Slower new order and revenue growth
The stimulus package has pushed the base of new contracts in 2009 and 2010 very high for construction companies. With fewer new railway/highway projects to be launched, we expect
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CRCC and CRGL to see new orders falling by 25-30% YoY in 2011 (versus previous forecast of a fall of 13% to 15%), driven by an estimated 50% YoY decline in railway new contracts and a 10% fall in highway, while we forecast CCCC to see a 2.3% YoY fall (versus the previous positive growth of 1.9%) in FY11 new orders given its more diversified business model with much smaller exposure to railway. Looking to 2012 and onwards, we expect the railway and highway new contracts to continue falling by 8% to 10% p.a. in 2012-13. Revenue will continue growing YoY in 2011-13 due to the strong backlog at the end of 2010. However, the YoY growth will be slowing to low-to-mid-single-digit growth on a weaker new order growth.

Increasing working capital pressure under the tightening
We think contractors’ working capital is usually negatively impacted in a credit-tightening environment when their customers’ funding sources are limited. All the three companies, CRCC, CRGL and CCCC, mentioned that they are already under pressure and even MOR has delayed its payment compared to previous occasions. We also note the pressure from the 1Q11 results of both CRCC and CRGL. CRCC’s operating cash flow turned to a negative Rmb4.2 bn in 1Q11 versus a positive Rmb2.8 bn in 1Q10, while CRGL’s operating cash flow turned to a negative Rmb2 bn in 1Q11 versus a positive Rmb1.8 bn in 1Q10.

Valuations hit historical lows; no fundamental rerating catalyst
Underperforming for such a long time and trading at the historical low forward P/Es of 7x to 8x, the sector valuation looks undemanding and it seems most negatives are priced in and there may be limited downside from the current share price. However, given our forecast of the slowdown in China’s transport infrastructure spending and limited room for margin expansion in an inflationary environment, we expect the sector’s earnings growth to slow to single-digit in 2012-13, which means there is little chance for a re-rating, albeit low valuation multiples. In our view, CCCC will get less impacted by the investment slowdown than its two peers given its more diversified business model with the least exposure to railway investment slowdown and longer experience of operating in the more competitive port/highway construction industries. In addition, we view the upcoming ‘A’ share IPO to help CCCC ease working capital pressure and lower financial gearing and develop new business like BOT/BT.
Figure 30: The sector trades at the historical low valuations
35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 CRGL Current P/E CRCC Hist P/E + 1SD CCCC - 1SD 7.2 7.6 6.9 12m forward P/E (x)

We prefer CCCC to others in the sector

Figure 31: Construction stocks’ relative performance to MSCI China
5% 0% -5% -10% -15% -20% -25% -30% -35% -40% -45% 1M 3M YTD 12M CRCC CCCC CRGL

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Bloomberg

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China Communications Construction Co Ltd (1800.HK / 1800 HK)
Rating NEUTRAL* Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 6.57 Target price (HK$) (from 7.87) 7.48¹ Chg to TP (%) 13.9 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 97,400.3 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 145,126 Number of shares (mn) 14,825.00 Free float (%) 29.9 52-week price range 7.87 - 5.63
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Better positioned on a more diversified business model
Our preferred play in the sector: In our view, CCCC will get less impacted by China’s railway and highway investment slowdown than its two peers given its more diversified business model with the least exposure to railway investment slowdown and longer experience of operating in the more competitive port/highway construction industries. Our 2011-12E earnings are lowered by only 1.1% and 2.3%, respectively. Our DCF-based target price is also lowered slightly to HK$7.48 from the previous HK$7.87. Stable new order growth in 4M11: According to our latest discussion with management, we see CCCC’s new orders growing stably in 4M11. Segment wise, despite a significant fall in railway, port, highway/bridge and dredging grew by low double-digit YoY, while overseas was flat YoY and machinery was up over 60% YoY mainly driven by the recovery of international port machinery. ‘A’share IPO: Management expect the IPO to be completed in 2H11, hopefully sometimes July or August. We believe a successful IPO would help CCCC lower financial gearing and facilitate investment in new business, such as good-return BT and BOT projects. Valuation: The stock trades at the historical low of 7.3x and 6.4x 2011-12E earnings, compared to an EPS CAGR of 12.6%. The valuations look undemanding to us. If we factor in a potential EPS dilution of 10% to 12% from the ‘A’ share IPO, the stock would trade at 8.25x to 8.44x 2011E P/E, which is still in the historical low level and looks fair to us. We maintain our NEUTRAL rating on the stock.
12/10A 272,734.0 19,489.0 14,241.0 9,863.0 0.67 n.a. n.a. 37.0 8.2 2.9 7.5 1.3 17.2 58.8 12/11E 300,730.9 22,218.5 16,465.4 11,029.7 0.74 -1.1 0.73 11.8 7.3 3.3 6.5 1.2 17.1 50.0 12/12E 321,606.1 24,798.9 18,624.1 12,626.3 0.85 -2.3 0.81 14.5 6.4 3.7 5.6 1.0 17.2 36.5 12/13E 336,657.4 25,532.7 19,276.0 13,307.7 0.90 0.95 5.4 6.1 3.9 4.4 0.9 16.0 20.9

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Share price performance
Price (LHS) Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

12 10 8 6 4 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-10 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb-11

The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -2.2 2.7

3M -8.2 -5.9

12M -6.5 -12.2

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

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China Communications Construction 1800.HK / 1800 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$6.57, Rating: NEUTRAL, Target Price: HK$7.48, Analyst: Ingrid Wei
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 7.48 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 13.85

Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 321,606 292,457.5 12,599.7 — -2,075.2 24,799 6,174.8 — 18,624.1 2,682.2 — 108.2 — 15,941.9 3,267.0 12,674.9 — 48.6 — 12,626.3 — 12,626 12/12E 18,624 3,267.0 411.4 4,282.2 19,303.1 9,000.0 — 10,303.1 — — -9,000.0 -9,000.0 — 3,016.3 — — -3,016.3 — 7,286.8 12/12E 48,738.4 89,344.7 23,646.7 43,573.0 205,302.7 60,510.1 15,822.0 370.0 48,302.8 330,307.6
136,042.6 42,760.0 16,731.0 195,533.6 38,569.0 7,029.0 241,131.6 78,146.9 11,029.1 330,307.6

12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E 14,825.0 14,825.0 14,825.0 14,825.0 0.67 0.74 0.85 0.90 n.a. 0.73 0.81 0.95 0.16 0.18 0.20 0.21 0.88 1.06 1.30 1.36 12/10A 0.09 0.58 0.04 0.09 0.07 12/10A
20.2 12.8 37.0 37.0 7.1 5.2 4.6 3.6 8.2 1.3 0.54 7.5 10.3 17.2 10.0 0.89 0.87 0.80 4.3 58.8 2.1 5.7

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 272,734 249,261.0 10,685.0 — -1,453.0 19,489 5,248.0 — 14,241.0 1,788.0 — 103.0 — 12,453.0 2,552.0 9,901.0 — 38.0 — 9,863.0 — 9,863 12/10A 14,241 2,289.0 61.0 1,731.2 13,051.0 15,670.0 — -2,619.0 — — -13,000.0 -15,670.0 — 1,845.0 9,590.0 -1.0 7,744.0 — 5,125.0 12/10A 39,545.0 86,424.0 21,473.0 43,573.0 191,015.0 52,438.0 15,906.0 370.0 48,065.0 307,794.0
131,625.0 42,760.0 16,731.0 191,116.0 38,569.0 7,029.0 236,714.0 60,142.0 10,938.0 307,794.0

12/11E 300,731 274,137.8 11,781.8 — -1,654.2 22,219 5,753.1 — 16,465.4 2,539.3 — 103.0 — 13,926.1 2,853.9 11,072.2 — 42.5 — 11,029.7 — 11,030 12/11E 16,465 2,853.9 -1,088.1 3,914.9 15,779.2 11,000.0 — 4,779.2 — — -11,000.0 -11,000.0 — 2,634.9 — — -2,634.9 — 2,144.4 12/11E 41,573.4 86,067.6 22,165.4 43,573.0 193,379.4 57,684.9 15,864.0 370.0 48,181.0 315,479.3
130,873.0 42,760.0 16,731.0 190,364.0 38,569.0 7,029.0 235,962.0 68,536.8 10,980.5 315,479.3

12/13E 336,657 306,557.1 13,189.4 — -2,365.0 25,533 6,256.7 — 19,276.0 2,473.7 — — — 16,802.3 3,443.3 13,359.0 — 51.3 — 13,307.7 — 13,308 12/13E 19,276 3,443.3 476.0 3,783.0 20,091.7 5,000.0 — 15,091.7 — — — -5,000.0 — 3,179.1 — — -3,179.1 — 11,912.6 12/13E 60,523.1 91,707.4 24,786.7 43,573.0 220,590.2 59,253.4 15,822.0 370.0 48,430.7 344,466.3
140,021.4 42,760.0 16,731.0 199,512.4 38,569.0 7,029.0 245,110.4 88,275.5 11,080.4 344,466.3

Key earnings driver Port construction revenue Railway construction Highway construction Port gp margin Railway gp margin Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

12/11E 0.09 0.16 -0.06 0.09 0.07 12/11E
10.3 15.6 11.8 11.8 7.4 5.5 4.6 3.7 7.3 1.2 0.48 6.5 8.8 17.1 11.0 0.95 0.85 0.80 4.0 50.0 1.8 4.8

12/12E 0.08 0.07 -0.04 0.09 0.07 12/12E
6.9 13.1 14.5 14.5 7.7 5.8 5.0 3.9 6.4 1.0 0.43 5.6 7.5 17.2 12.2 0.97 0.86 0.80 3.7 36.5 1.3 5.1

12/13E — — — — — 12/13E
4.7 3.5 5.4 5.4 7.6 5.7 5.0 4.0 6.1 0.9 0.33 4.4 5.8 16.0 12.8 0.98 0.87 0.80 3.5 20.9 — 5.3

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
25 20 15 10 5 0 Aug-07 Jan-08 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Jul-08 Jan-09 Jul-09 Jan-10 Jul-10 Jan-11

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China Railway Construction Corporation (1186.HK / 1186 HK)
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Rating NEUTRAL* Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 6.45 Target price (HK$) (from 7.68) 7.12¹ Chg to TP (%) 10.4 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 79,577.1 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 69,093 Number of shares (mn) 12,337.54 Free float (%) 35.6 52-week price range 11.16 - 6.45
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Growth outlook, no longer attractive
Lower EPS and target price: We revise down our 2011-13E earnings for CRCC by 3.2%, 8.4% and 9.1%, respectively, to reflect our more cautious view on China’s railway and highway investment over the period. Our DCFbased target price is also lowered to HK$7.12 from the previous HK$7.68. Railway, no longer a hot spot: We estimate CRCC’s total new order will decline by 25.1% YoY in 2011. Being one of the two largest contractors for railway projects, CRCC will be hit more by a large slowdown of China’s railway investment. We estimate CRCC’s railway new contract will decline by 50% in 2011 and another 10% in 2012 (versus our previous forecast of a fall of 30% and 5% in the same period). New railway contracts accounted for 57.3% of CRCC’s total new contracts in 2010. However, In 1Q11, CRCC’s new railway contract of Rmb3.3 bn, is down more than 90% YoY. Our channel check shows that new bids open by MOR in 2Q11 remained at a low level. Highway will soft slightly, while metro a high-growth area: We expect CRCC’s highway new contract to decline by a modest 10% in 2011, while urban metro new orders to grow by 22% YoY. We expect China’s investment in city metro systems to experience fast growth in the next five to ten years, given the trend of urbanisation and currently low penetration rate. Historical low valuations, but no re-rating catalyst: Underperforming for such a long time and trading at the historical low P/Es of 7.7x for 2011E and 7.2x for 2012E, the stock looks undemanding and it seems most negatives are priced in and there may be limited downside from the current share price. However, given our forecast of the slowdown in China’s transport infrastructure spending and limited room for margin expansion in an inflationary environment, we expect CRCC’s earnings growth to slow to single digit in 2012-13, which means little chance for a re-rating, albeit low valuation multiples. We maintain our NEUTRAL rating. Downside risk may come from consensus EPS downgrade.
12/10A 456,338.9 13,865.2 6,257.3 4,368.0 0.35 n.a. n.a. -27.6 15.1 1.9 3.7 1.2 7.9 net cash 12/11E 471,003.5 20,910.9 11,932.2 8,594.6 0.70 -3.2 0.72 96.8 7.7 3.8 3.3 1.0 14.1 2.9 12/12E 477,419.6 22,042.4 12,847.3 9,222.4 0.75 -8.4 0.84 7.3 7.2 4.1 3.2 0.9 13.6 3.5 12/13E 490,484.4 22,209.0 13,055.2 9,805.9 0.79 -9.1 0.90 6.3 6.7 4.3 2.9 0.8 13.1 net cash

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Share price performance
Price (LHS) Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

14 12 10 8 6 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-10 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb-11

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Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -5.0 -0.2

3M -22.2 -20.2

12M -33.0 -37.1

Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

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China Railway Construction Corp. 1186.HK / 1186 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$6.45, Rating: NEUTRAL, Target Price: HK$7.12, Analyst: Ingrid Wei
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 7.12 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 10.39

Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 477,420 444,091.8 20,338.1 — 142.4 22,042 9,195.1 — 12,847.3 1,284.9 — 1.9 — 11,564.2 2,197.2 9,367.0 — 144.6 — 9,222.4 — 9,222 12/12E 12,847 1,284.9 -7,053.9 7,924.3 11,506.4 10,000.0 — 1,506.4 — — — -10,000.0 500.0 2,679.6 — — -2,179.6 — -673.2 12/12E 37,540.1 58,859.9 24,333.8 166,378.9 287,112.8 44,175.3 1,272.1 — 14,536.0 347,096.3
124,102.4 17,421.7 104,119.8 245,643.8 22,677.5 12,685.3 274,868.8 71,120.5 1,107.0 347,096.3

12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E 12,337.5 12,337.5 12,337.5 12,337.5 0.35 0.70 0.75 0.79 n.a. 0.72 0.84 0.90 0.10 0.20 0.22 0.23 0.45 -0.50 0.93 1.27 12/10A 0.30 -0.00 0.48 — 0.07 12/10A
32.3 -21.1 -27.6 -27.6 3.0 1.4 1.3 1.0 15.1 1.2 0.11 3.7 8.1 7.9 10.3 1.3 0.93 0.74 6.0 -27.8 -1.2 5.3

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 456,339 428,647.1 21,130.2 — 304.3 13,865 7,608.0 — 6,257.3 413.7 — 1.9 395.1 5,845.4 1,923.9 4,316.6 — 70.4 — 4,246.2 121.8 4,368 12/10A 6,257 665.5 -6,939.5 7,789.3 5,587.1 11,500.0 — -5,912.9 — — 659.7 -10,840.3 — 2,114.3 13,929.8 — 11,815.5 — 6,562.4 12/10A 56,294.8 56,531.4 26,615.3 152,599.0 292,040.5 42,349.2 1,272.1 — 14,532.3 350,194.0
141,196.2 17,421.7 104,119.8 262,737.6 22,677.5 12,685.3 291,962.6 57,403.3 828.1 350,194.0

12/11E 471,003 438,512.1 20,064.7 — 494.4 20,911 8,978.7 — 11,932.2 1,157.7 — 1.9 — 10,776.4 2,047.5 8,728.9 — 134.3 — 8,594.6 — 8,595 12/11E 11,932 1,157.7 -23,867.0 7,750.0 -6,161.3 10,000.0 — -16,161.3 — — — -10,000.0 577.0 2,497.2 — — -1,920.2 — -18,081.5 12/11E 38,213.3 58,068.9 24,028.1 158,862.6 279,172.9 43,370.5 1,272.1 — 14,534.1 338,349.6
122,543.1 17,421.7 104,119.8 244,084.5 22,677.5 12,685.3 273,309.5 64,077.7 962.4 338,349.6

12/13E 490,484 455,754.1 20,894.6 — 780.4 22,209 9,153.8 — 13,055.2 1,241.3 — 1.9 — 11,815.8 2,490.0 9,325.8 — 154.1 — 9,171.7 634.1 9,806 12/13E 13,055 1,241.3 -3,500.5 7,297.9 15,611.3 8,000.0 — 7,611.3 — — — -8,000.0 500.0 2,849.1 — — -2,349.1 — 5,262.2 12/13E 42,802.3 60,470.7 24,972.8 170,888.7 299,134.6 43,021.6 1,272.1 — 14,537.9 357,966.1
127,361.4 17,421.7 104,119.8 248,902.9 22,677.5 6,547.5 278,127.8 78,577.3 1,261.0 357,966.1

Key earnings driver Railway revenue growth Highway revenue growth Metro revenue growth Other infra revenue Railway gp margin Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

12/11E 0.11 -0.05 0.35 0.05 0.07 12/11E
3.2 90.7 96.8 96.8 4.4 2.5 2.3 1.8 7.7 1.0 0.15 3.3 5.8 14.1 14.4 1.4 0.90 0.81 5.2 2.9 0.1 6.0

12/12E -0.01 -0.04 0.28 0.05 0.07 12/12E
1.4 7.7 7.3 7.3 4.6 2.7 2.4 1.9 7.2 0.9 0.15 3.2 5.4 13.6 13.9 1.4 0.90 0.81 4.8 3.5 0.1 6.4

12/13E — — — — — 12/13E
2.7 1.6 6.3 6.3 4.5 2.7 2.4 2.0 6.7 0.8 0.13 2.9 4.9 13.1 13.4 1.4 0.91 0.79 4.5 -3.4 — 6.5

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Mar-08 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Sep-08 Feb-09 Aug-09 Feb-10 Aug-10 Feb-11

Price (LHS)

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Asia Pacific / China Marine Ports & Services

China Railway Group Ltd
(0390.HK / 390 HK)
Rating NEUTRAL* Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 3.55 Target price (HK$) (from 4.43) 3.90¹ Chg to TP (%) 9.9 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 75,614.6 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 115,981 Number of shares (mn) 21,299.90 Free float (%) 40.0 52-week price range 6.59 - 3.55
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months.

Slower earnings growth
Lower EPS and target price: We revise down our 2011-13E earnings for CRGL by 4.9%, 10.3% and 9.7%, respectively, to reflect our more cautious view on China’s railway and highway investment over the period. Our DCFbased target price is also lowered to HK$3.9 from the previous HK$4.43. Railway, a key driver for new order decline: We estimate CRGL’s total new order to decline by 25.1% YoY in 2011. Being one of the two largest contractors for railway projects, CRGL will be hit by a large slowdown in China’s railway investment. We estimate CRGL’s railway new contract to decline by 50% in 2011 and another 10% in 2012 (vs our previous forecast of a fall of 30% and 5% in the same period). Railway new contracts accounted for 59.1% of CRGL’s total new contracts in 2010. In 1Q11, CRGL’s new railway contract of Rmb12 bn was down more than 80% YoY. Our channel check shows that new bids open by MOR in 2Q11 remained at a low level. Highway will soften slightly, while metro a high-growth area: We expect CRGL’s highway new contract to decline by a modest 10% in 2011, while urban metro new order to grow by 25% YoY. We expect China’s investment in city metro systems to experience fast growth in the next five to ten years, given the trend of urbanisation and currently low penetration rate. Historical low valuations, but no re-rating catalyst: Underperforming for such a long time and trading at the historical low P/Es of 7.4x for 2011E and 6.9x for 2012E, the stock looks undemanding and it seems most negatives are priced in. However, given our forecast of the slowdown in China’s transport infrastructure spending and limited room for margin expansion in an inflationary environment, we expect CRCC’s earnings growth to slow to single digit in 2012-13, which means little chance for a re-rating, albeit low valuation multiples. We maintain our NEUTRAL rating. Downside risk may come from consensus EPS downgrade.
12/10A 456,102.0 17,136.7 11,221.0 7,198.9 0.34 n.a. n.a. 18.8 8.7 1.9 5.7 0.94 11.3 38.7 12/11E 468,986.3 21,670.8 14,115.3 8,532.0 0.40 -4.9 0.44 18.5 7.4 2.1 5.4 0.85 12.2 56.4 12/12E 490,307.8 23,917.7 15,756.9 9,048.0 0.42 -10.3 0.49 6.0 6.9 2.3 4.7 0.77 11.7 44.8 12/13E 510,293.1 23,777.7 16,503.8 9,683.0 0.45 -9.7 0.53 7.0 6.5 2.4 4.1 0.70 11.3 33.7

Research Analysts Ingrid Wei 86 21 3856 0379 ingrid.wei@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

10 8 6 4 2 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-10 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb-11

The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -8.3 -3.6

3M -29.8 -28.0

12M -31.3 -35.5

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

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China Railway Group Ltd 0390.HK / 390 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$3.55, Rating: NEUTRAL, Target Price: HK$3.90, Analyst: Ingrid Wei
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 3.90 %Up/Dwn Assumptions 9.86

Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 490,308 458,922.7 16,128.2 — -500.0 23,918 8,160.8 — 15,756.9 2,792.3 -215.0 — — 12,749.5 2,677.4 10,072.1 — 1,024.1 — 9,048.0 — 9,048 12/12E 15,757 2,677.4 -1,205.3 5,153.5 17,027.6 10,000.0 — 7,027.6 — — — -10,000.0 — 1,416.4 — — -1,416.4 — 5,611.2 12/12E 62,790.8 87,315.1 31,433.1 137,304.3 318,843.2 50,241.4 19,925.2 — 25,599.0 414,608.9
198,028.3 60,444.0 14,648.0 273,120.3 42,915.0 15,734.0 324,135.3 81,409.0 9,064.6 414,608.9

12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E 21,299.9 21,299.9 21,299.9 21,299.9 0.34 0.40 0.42 0.45 n.a. 0.44 0.49 0.53 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 -0.05 -0.25 0.80 0.77 12/10A 0.50 0.02 0.38 0.05 0.05 12/10A
36.5 26.3 18.8 18.8 3.8 2.5 2.3 1.6 8.7 0.94 0.21 5.7 8.7 11.3 8.6 1.2 0.91 0.81 5.3 38.7 1.7 4.5

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 456,102 428,987.0 15,003.0 — 891.0 17,137 5,915.7 — 11,221.0 1,115.0 161.0 — 373.0 10,267.0 2,337.0 8,303.0 — 813.0 — 7,490.0 -291.1 7,199 12/10A 11,221 1,960.0 -14,031.0 3,599.0 -1,171.0 16,116.0 — -17,287.0 — — -1,152.0 -17,268.0 749.0 3,975.0 27,336.0 -189.0 23,921.0 — 5,482.0 12/10A 54,860.0 84,530.0 30,026.0 129,238.0 298,654.0 42,476.0 22,407.0 — 25,599.0 389,136.0
209,308.0 40,444.0 14,648.0 264,400.0 42,915.0 15,734.0 315,415.0 66,581.0 7,140.0 389,136.0

12/11E 468,986 440,144.3 15,426.8 — -700.0 21,671 7,555.5 — 14,115.3 2,475.4 300.0 — — 11,939.8 2,507.4 9,432.5 — 900.5 — 8,532.0 — 8,532 12/11E 14,115 2,507.4 -22,332.8 5,380.1 -5,344.8 11,000.0 — -16,344.8 — — — -11,000.0 — 1,335.6 20,000.0 — 18,664.4 — 2,319.6 12/11E 57,179.6 83,518.1 30,146.9 133,079.1 303,923.6 47,191.6 21,135.9 — 25,599.0 397,850.1
189,925.3 60,444.0 14,648.0 265,017.3 42,915.0 15,734.0 316,032.3 73,777.4 8,040.5 397,850.1

12/13E 510,293 477,003.7 16,785.6 — — 23,778 7,273.9 — 16,503.8 2,629.6 -215.0 — — 13,659.2 2,868.4 10,790.7 — 1,107.8 — 9,683.0 — 9,683 12/13E 16,504 2,868.4 -1,643.1 4,429.3 16,421.6 8,000.0 — 8,421.6 — — — -8,000.0 — 1,515.8 — — -1,515.8 — 6,905.8 12/13E 69,696.5 90,874.1 32,671.5 141,952.0 335,194.2 50,967.5 19,925.2 — 25,599.0 431,685.9
205,830.4 60,444.0 14,648.0 280,922.4 42,915.0 8,100.0 331,937.4 89,576.2 10,172.4 431,685.9

Key earnings driver Railway construction Highway construction Other construction Railway gp margin Highway gp margin Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

12/11E 0.09 -0.03 0.26 0.06 0.05 12/11E
2.8 25.8 18.5 18.5 4.6 3.0 2.5 1.8 7.4 0.85 0.25 5.4 8.2 12.2 8.7 1.2 0.85 0.79 4.9 56.4 2.1 3.6

12/12E 0.02 -0.04 0.21 0.06 0.05 12/12E
4.5 11.6 6.0 6.0 4.9 3.2 2.6 1.8 6.9 0.77 0.23 4.7 7.1 11.7 9.5 1.2 0.81 0.79 4.6 44.8 1.7 3.6

12/13E — — — — — 12/13E
4.1 4.7 7.0 7.0 4.7 3.2 2.7 1.9 6.5 0.70 0.19 4.1 5.8 11.3 9.8 1.2 0.83 0.79 4.3 33.7 — 3.8

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Nov-07 May-08 Nov-08 May-09 Nov-09 May-10 Nov-10 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 May-11

Price (LHS)

12m fwd PE (x) (RHS)

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Dry Bulk Shipping Sector
Weaker demand aggravates industry oversupply
Sam Lee – 852 2101 7186 – sam.lee@credit-suisse.com

Earnings and target price changes:
Figure 32: A table on drivers Key drivers BDI (new) BDI (old) Global bulk demand growth (%) Global fleet growth (%)
Source: Credit Suisse

FY11 1,350 1,800 5.5 14.2

FY12 1,500 2,000 4.3 12.0

FY13 2,500 2,500 4.0 8.6

Figure 33: Earnings and target price changes
CS Company Ch Cosco Ticker rating 1919 HK U Price Local Target 5.78 5.20 EPS Chg(%) FY11 FY12 nm (42) TP (%) Up/dn Chg (21) EPS EPS grth (%) P/E (x) Div. yld (%) FY11 0 ROE P/B (%) (0.4) (x) 1.1

(%) FY11 FY12 FY11 FY12 FY11 FY12 (10) 0.0 0.2 n.a n.a NM 23.2

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Further slowdown in China iron ore import
Iron ore trade demand has been the key growth driver for global bulk trade demand growth, and China imports accounted for 63% global iron ore trade in 2010. That said, China demand has been weak and import was flat YoY. Our commodity analyst Trina Chen expects only low single-digit steel production growth for 2011-12E, on credit tightening, government control on capacity, electricity restrictions and the weakening property market. On the other hand, domestic iron ore production is at peak level in May (growing average 12% YoY in Apr/May). As a contrast, China iron ore import was down 1% in Apr/May. The fact that iron ore inventory at Chinese ports rose to a record 83.3 mn tonnes in May also doesn't help import as well.
Figure 34: China iron ore production hit record in May
(mn tons) 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 10 20 Jan-09 Jul-09 Jan-10 Jul-10 Jan-11 Oct-09 Apr-09 Apr-10 Oct-10 Apr-11

Figure 35: Iron ore inventory at Chinese ports at record high in May
(mn tons) 95 85 75 65 55 45 35 25 15 5 5 Jan-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Jan-10 Jul-10 Oct-10 Jan-11 Apr-09 Apr-10 Apr-11

100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% -10% -20%

95% 85% 75% 65% 55% 45% 35% 25% 15% 5% -5%

Iron ore production

YoY% growth

Iron ore inventory

YoY% growth

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

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As a result, China iron ore import was flat at 615 mn tonnes in 2010, and again not growing in April and May. In our current model, we have generously assumed 5% China iron ore import growth in 2011-12E, driven by re-accelerating FAI growth. However, with the recent cut in China GDP projections from 8.8% to 8.7% for 2011E and from 8.9% to 8.5% for 2012E, we think risk to our demand forecast is rising. On the supply side, fleet growth averaged 12% YTD despite 30%+ of new ships not being delivered on schedule. We expect overall fleet to grow 14% in 2011 and 12% in 2012, significantly above historical trends.
Figure 36: China iron ore import not growing in Apr/May
80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% -10% -20% Jan-08 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Jan-10 Jul-10 Oct-10 Jan-11 Apr-08 Apr-09 Apr-10 Apr-11 (mn tons) 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 10 20

Figure 37: Dry bulk vessels delivery to remain high
(mn tons) 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 1Q09 3Q09 1Q10 3Q10 Panamax 1Q11 3Q11 1Q12 3Q12 Forecast

Iron ore imports

YoY% growth

Capesize

Handymax

Handysize

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

BDI has averaged 1,366 YTD, lower than our previous average estimate of 1,800. With shipping supply growth continued to be at 12-14% in 2011-12E, any demand slowdown will only worsen the oversupply situation. We have downgraded our 2011-12E BDI forecast to 1,350-1,500 points from 1,800-2,000 points.

Earnings cut for China Cosco; remain cautious on earnings loss
For China Cosco, 34% of revenue, and 39% of operating profit were derived from bulk shipping in FY10. Moreover, CCH is leveraged to the spot market, and we think its BDI break-even is high at 2,000+ points. CCH already made Rmb503 mn in 1Q11, when its container division was still profitable. Thus, our BDI forecast for 2011-12E thus imply loss making for its bulk shipping to continue. Based on our lower BDI forecast, we cut CCH’s blended bulk freight rates by 15-19% in FY11-13E. Moreover, container freight rates have been weaker than expected and we thus also reduce that by 4% in FY11-13E. In addition, fuel price remains stubbornly high with spot price at US$670/tonne. We raise FY11-13 fuel price assumptions by 5-13% to US$630/tonne. As a result, we now expect CCH to make a loss of Rmb187 mn in FY11E (versus previous forecast of Rmb1.93 bn). We also cut CCH’s FY12-13E earnings by 42% and 13% to Rmb2.12 mn and Rmb5.52 bn.

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Asia Pacific / China Marine

China COSCO Holdings
(1919.HK / 1919 HK)
Rating UNDERPERFORM* Price (16 Jun 11, HK$) 5.78 Target price (HK$) (from 6.60) 5.20¹ Chg to TP (%) -10.0 Market cap. (HK$ mn) 59,050.1 Enterprise value (Rmb mn) 69,990 Number of shares (mn) 10,216.27 Free float (%) 35.8 52-week price range 9.79 - 5.78
*Stock ratings are relative to the relevant country benchmark. ¹Target price is for 12 months.

Weaker demand aggravates oversupply
Cutting BDI assumptions. Dry bulk freight rates have been depressed by industry oversupply, with capesize daily rates around cash cost break-even of around US$9,000/day. CS economists recently downgraded China GDP, and we think weaker steel production and iron-ore import demand from China will worsen the operating environment in 2011-12E. We have thus downgraded our 2011-12 BDI forecast to 1,350-1,500 points from 1,8002,000 points. Earnings cut, expecting FY11E loss. 34% of CCH’s revenue, and 39% of operating profit were derived from bulk shipping in FY10. Moreover, CCH is leveraged to the spot market, and we think its BDI break-even is high at 2000+ points. CCH already made Rmb503 mn in 1Q11 when its container division was still profitable. Thus, our lower BDI forecast for 2011-12E imply continued loss-making for its bulk shipping division. If container freight rates fail to recover in 2H11 and 2012, CCH could be overall loss-making in FY12E as well. Cut CCH’s blended bulk freight rates: Based on our lower BDI forecast, we cut CCH’s blended bulk freight rates by 15-19% in FY11-13E. Moreover, container freight rates have been weaker than expected and we thus also reduce that by 4% in FY11-13E. In addition, fuel price remains stubbornly high with spot price at US$670/tonne. We raise FY11-13 fuel price assumptions by 5-13% to US$630/tonne. As a result, we now expect CCH to make a loss of Rmb187 mn in FY11E (vs previous forecast of Rmb1.93 bn). We also cut CCH’s FY12-13E earnings by 42% and 13% to Rmb2.12 mn and Rmb5.52 bn. Stocks have corrected but still not cheap. CCH’s current 12-month forward P/B of 1.1x is still expensive among its dry bulk and container shipping peers. With projected small loss in FY11E and mediocre FY12E RoAE of 3%, we think CCH should trade at book value. Our new target price HK$5.20 (from HK$6.60) is based on a target P/B of 0.9x.
12/10A 96,438.5 12,884.0 9,431.6 6,858.5 0.67 n.a. n.a. n.a. 7.1 1.9 5.7 1.1 15.5 22.2 12/11E 85,180.5 2,970.5 -366.8 -187.1 -0.02 0.26 n.a. NM 0 23.6 1.1 -0.4 16.1 12/12E 93,455.0 5,681.7 2,344.4 2,115.4 0.21 -42.5 0.38 n.a. 23.2 0.9 11.7 1.0 4.6 9.0 12/13E 110,930.2 10,796.1 7,458.9 5,520.9 0.54 -12.6 0.49 161.0 8.9 2.3 4.3 0.9 11.0 net cash

Research Analysts Sam Lee 852 2101 7186 sam.lee@credit-suisse.com

Share price performance
Price (LHS) Rebased Rel (RHS) 120 100 80 60 40

14 12 10 8 6 Jun-09 Oct-09 Feb-10 Jun-10 Oct-10 Feb-11

The price relative chart measures performance against the MSCI China Free index which closed at 63.73 on 16/06/11 On 16/06/11 the spot exchange rate was HK$7.8/US$1

Performance Over Absolute (%) Relative (%)

1M -17.4 -13.3

3M -28.2 -26.3

12M -31.3 -35.4

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Financial and valuation metrics Year Revenue (Rmb mn) EBITDA (Rmb mn) EBIT (Rmb mn) Net income (Rmb mn) EPS (CS adj.) (Rmb) Change from previous EPS (%) Consensus EPS (Rmb) EPS growth (%) P/E (x) Dividend yield (%) EV/EBITDA (x) P/B (x) ROE (%) Net debt/equity (%)

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

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China COSCO Holdings 1919.HK / 1919 HK
Price (16 Jun 11): HK$5.78, Rating: UNDERPERFORM, Target Price: HK$5.20, Analyst: Sam Lee
Target price scenario Scenario Upside Central Case Downside
TP 5.20 %Up/Dwn Assumptions -10.03

Per Share Data No. of shares (weighted EPS (Credit Suisse) Consensus EPS (Rmb) DPS (Rmb) Operating cash flow per 12/12E 93,455 88,160.8 4,791.1 — -1,841.3 5,682 3,337.3 — 2,344.4 70.7 — 1,184.6 — 2,273.7 113.7 2,160.0 — 44.7 — 2,115.4 — 2,115 12/12E 2,344 113.7 -8.1 3,342.0 5,564.6 — — 5,564.6 — — 770.4 770.4 — 229.5 943.0 -2,045.9 -1,332.3 — 5,002.7 12/12E 56,815.3 7,473.2 2,534.6 151.9 66,974.9 56,105.6 203.0 2,734.8 45,233.0 145,759.4
16,272.0 1,617.7 5,415.1 23,304.8 56,527.1 4,606.2 84,438.0 47,517.4 13,803.6 145,759.1

12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 12/13E 10,216.3 10,216.3 10,216.3 10,216.3 0.67 -0.02 0.21 0.54 n.a. 0.26 0.38 0.49 0.09 — 0.04 0.11 1.08 0.63 0.54 1.14 12/10A 12/11E 12/12E 871.10 911.42 929.65 5,679,20 6,303,91 7,375,58 1,076.54 847.21 1,016.67 — — — 12/10A 12/11E 12/12E
40.9 272.1 191.8 — 13.4 9.8 9.6 7.1 7.1 1.1 0.76 5.7 7.8 15.5 11.0 0.64 1.0 0.9 2.5 22.2 1.1 59.7 -11.7 -103.9 -102.7 — 3.5 -0.4 -0.5 -0.2 -262.0 1.1 0.82 23.6 -190.8 -0.4 -0.5 0.60 1.2 1.0 2.4 16.1 3.2 -4.2 9.7 739.1 1,230.7 — 6.1 2.5 2.4 2.3 23.2 1.0 0.71 11.7 28.3 4.6 3.3 0.64 1.0 1.0 2.4 9.0 1.0 33.2

Income statement (Rmb mn) Total revenue Cost of goods sold SG&A (excluding R&D) R&D costs Other operating inc/(exp.) EBITDA Depr & amort (excl. goodwill) Goodwill impairment EBIT Net interest expense Net non operating inc (exp) Share of associates/JVs' equity Exceptional/extraordinary items Recurring PBT Taxes Profit after tax Other after tax income Minority interest Preferred dividends Reported net income Analyst after tax adjustment Net income (Credit Suisse) Cash flow (Rmb mn) EBIT Cash taxes paid Change in working capital Other cash & non-cash items Cash flow from operations Capex Disposals of PPE Free cash flow to the firm Acquisitions Divestments Other investment/(outflows) Cash flow from investment Net share issue/(repurchase) Dividends paid Change in debt Other financing inflows/outflows Cash flow from financing activities Effect of exchange rates Movements in cash/equivalents Balance sheet (Rmb mn) Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Other current assets Total current assets Total fixed assets Intangible assets and goodwill Investment securities Other assets Total assets Current Liabilities Accounts payable Short-term debt Other short term liabilities Total current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities Total liabilities Shareholders' equity Minority interest Total liabilities and

12/10A 96,439 84,052.5 4,944.0 — -1,989.5 12,884 3,452.4 — 9,431.6 158.0 — 1,351.2 — 9,273.6 1,189.0 8,084.6 — 1,226.1 — 6,858.5 — 6,858 12/10A 9,432 283.7 -1,699.6 3,559.4 11,007.7 8,496.7 495.6 2,511.1 — — -2,879.0 -10,880.1 3,955.4 625.5 1,591.6 -2,121.4 2,800.1 -474.9 2,452.9 12/10A 47,248.7 10,987.2 2,116.9 151.9 60,504.8 68,680.5 210.5 2,734.8 35,747.1 149,541.8
21,565.1 1,669.4 5,214.0 28,448.6 54,927.5 5,189.9 88,566.0 46,508.6 14,467.3 149,541.8

12/11E 85,180 82,917.0 4,366.9 — -1,736.5 2,971 3,337.4 — -366.8 87.5 — 999.5 — -454.4 — -454.4 — -267.3 — -187.1 — -187 12/11E -367 — -2,573.3 9,386.9 6,446.7 — — 6,446.7 — — 737.6 737.6 — 1,131.0 604.9 -1,396.5 -1,922.6 — 5,261.7 12/11E 51,812.6 6,811.5 2,263.0 151.9 61,039.0 59,439.2 206.7 2,734.8 40,407.8 141,959.9
15,240.6 1,474.5 5,310.3 22,025.4 55,727.3 4,817.2 82,569.9 45,402.0 13,988.4 141,960.4

12/13E 110,930 99,148.5 5,686.9 — -1,364.2 10,796 3,337.2 — 7,458.9 123.9 — — — 7,335.0 1,100.3 6,234.8 — 713.9 — 5,520.9 — 5,521 12/13E 7,459 1,100.3 539.2 4,698.0 11,595.9 — — 11,595.9 — — 510.3 510.3 — 676.1 1,102.3 -2,978.8 -2,552.6 — 9,553.6 12/13E 66,368.9 8,870.6 2,940.1 151.9 78,331.4 52,772.0 199.4 — 23,459.7 154,762.6
18,563.5 1,920.2 5,530.4 26,014.1 57,326.8 4,541.5 87,882.4 52,615.2 14,264.5 154,762.1

Key earnings driver Average Freight Rates Volume handled (TEUs) Container shipping net Cosco Pacific net profit Key ratios and valuation Growth(%) Sales EBIT Net profit EPS Margins (%) EBITDA margin EBIT margin Pretax margin Net margin Valuation metrics (x) P/E P/B EV/sales EV/EBITDA EV/EBIT ROE analysis (%) ROE (%) ROIC Asset turnover (x) Interest burden (x) Tax burden (x) Financial leverage (x) Credit ratios Net debt/equity (%) Net debt / EBITDA (x) Interest coverage ratio (x)

12/13E — — — — — 12/13E
18.7 218.2 161.0 161.0 9.7 6.7 6.6 5.0 8.9 0.9 0.42 4.3 6.2 11.0 9.9 0.72 1.0 0.9 2.3 -4.4 — 60.2

Source: Company data, Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates.

Share price vs P/E multiple
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China Basic Materials Sector
Normalising demand
Trina Chen – 852 2101 7031 – trina.chen@credit-suisse.com We maintain our estimate that China’s commodity demand will continue expanding at 49% CAGR in 2011-2015E, driven by a normalisation in property construction post 201112; continued double-digit growth in the consumption segment such as home appliances and autos, partly offset by structural deceleration in infrastructure investment from the high base in 2009-10E as the economic ‘structural transformation’ is gradually played out. We believe construction demand for commodities will underperform manufacturing demand structurally in the coming years. This results in demand growth in base metals outperforming that in steel and cement, and flat steel outperforming long steel. We maintain our lower-than-consensus steel demand outlook (750 mn tonnes by 2015) for China, which if it takes place, would have negative implications for steel-making raw materials, in our view. Nevertheless, we also highlight that the supply picture is improving, with decelerating new capacity addition, closure of old capacity, and continued industry consolidation. This would improve industry’s ability to protect margins in a soft demand growth environment, an improvement we are already seeing in sectors such as the cement industry.
Figure 38: Construction demand versus total (%)
Construction demand vs total (%) 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Steel Cement Al Cu

Source: MYSTEEL, Antaike, Credit Suisse estimates

Destocking in soft demand
We think 2011E will remain to be a year with soft demand growth, partly due to high base from 2009-2010. Both our monthly channel checks and recent chats with traders and distributors suggest that end demand remains soft on the ground, as decelerating real demand couples with destocking and a weak season ahead. The positives, if any, are falling inventory across the board from end goods to metals and steel, and the stabilising trend in order books. While we sense an inflection point towards the end of summer, the soft real demand may hinder the magnitude of a potential rebound. We view current valuations has factored in a soft landing scenario, with near-term downside risks. And thus we would demand more attractive valuations on basic material equities to justify a positive risk-reward stance. In the near term, we see upside risk in the thermal coal sector, range trading for cement, and downside risk in base metals and steel. Our top picks are CNBM, CR Cement and Chinacoal. Our less favoured stocks are Jiangxi Copper, Yanzhou, and Angang.

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Figure 39: Sector valuation table
Target price Trading Company Shenhua Chinacoal Yanzhou Baosteel Angang Maanshan Conch CNBM CRC Shanshui CNM TCCI BBMG Chalco UC Rusal Jiangxi Cu Zijin Avg: steel Avg: cement Avg: coal Avg: base metals Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates Ticker 1088.HK 1898.HK 1171.HK 600019.SS 0347.HK 0323.HK 0914.HK 3323.HK 1313.HK 0691.HK 1893.HK 1136.HK 2009.HK 2600.HK 0486.HK 0358.HK 2899.HK Ratg O O N O N O N O O O O O O O O N N ccy 42.4 12.0 34.7 9.8 11.1 5.5 32.0 18.0 7.9 8.8 9.0 3.5 15.9 8.3 15.0 27.0 7.2 Price Upside Trading % 17 15 16 62 38 59 -3 29 15 8 41 -16 49 25 38 6 87 53 17 16 39 36.3 10.4 29.9 6.0 8.1 3.5 33.1 14.0 6.9 8.2 6.4 4.2 10.7 6.6 10.8 25.4 3.9 Mkt cap EPS for 1% US$/ Int rate Rmb -1 -1 -1 -2 -8 -6 -1 -6 -4 -3 -5 -6 -2 -11 -4 -1 0 -5 -4 -1 -4 -1 -2 -1 -3 -19 -7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -11 0 -2 -2 -10 0 -1 -3

P/E (x) 14 13 10 7 17 11 14 12 14 10 12 10 9 16 7 9 8 12 12 12 10 11 9 13 6 12 7 12 11 11 8 11 8 8 13 9 9 8 8 10 11 10

P/B (x) 3.2 1.6 3.4 1.0 0.9 0.8 4.4 3.2 3.0 3.5 2.1 1.3 2.2 1.5 1.8 2.2 2.2 0.9 2.8 2.7 2.0 2.7 1.5 2.7 0.9 0.9 0.8 3.4 2.7 2.5 2.8 1.8 1.2 1.6 1.4 1.5 1.8 1.9 0.9 2.3 2.3 1.6 2.3 1.3 2.4 0.8 0.9 0.7 2.7 2.2 2.1 2.1 1.6 1.1 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.6 1.6

EV/EBITDA 8.8 7.0 8.9 4.3 7.3 4.5 11.2 10.4 15.5 10.0 4.0 10.8 9.6 14.9 8.3 11.0 6.0 7.0 7.5 6.2 3.3 6.4 3.8 5.9 7.5 9.1 6.1 3.8 6.8 5.9 9.2 5.7 6.8 4.4 4.5 6.4 6.9 6.6 5.2 5.5 7.0 2.5 5.2 2.7 4.8 6.8 6.2 4.9 2.7 5.4 4.2 7.6 6.4 6.1 3.8 3.5 5.0 5.9 6.0

ccy US$ bn 10A 11E 12E 10A 11E 12E 10A 11E 12E 92.4 17 17.7 16 18.9 14 15.6 8 7.5 25 3.4 21 15.0 25 9.7 18 5.8 22 2.9 20 2.9 15 1.8 14 5.9 13 11.5 n.a. 21.1 7 11.3 14 7.2 10 18 18 15 10

0.8 5.3 1.9 10.2 2.0 8.3 1.4 10.1

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Telecoms: structural positives
Slowdown to have a limited impact on telecoms
Colin McCallum, CA – 852 2101 6514 – colin.mccallum@credit-suisse.com We have long viewed the primary divers of returns on capital in the telecoms industry to be secular, rather than cyclical. While nominal GDP growth contributes to rising affordability for telecoms services – and therefore contributes to rising penetration, rising usage and rising revenues – we believe secular factors such as the introduction of well capitalised new entrants, the creation of additional secular growth curves such as the advent of mobile data usage via smartphones, and declining handset price points due to vendor competition and rising global scale, are more important factors. For example, the China cellular industry restructuring announced in May 2008, and the subsequent issuance of 3G licences, resulted in a classic industry supply shock; the cellular industry in China shifted from being a two-player market to a three-player market. This, in turn, had three key (negative) impacts for the returns on capital: rising capex as three rival nationwide networks were constructed (on both 2G and 3G), lower revenues (than might have been the case under a duopoly) as tariff discounts and airtime giveaways became more widespread, and lower EBITDA margins as handset subsidies were introduced. The revenue pie in China is growing … Secular drivers are, in our view, more important than the rate of GDP growth

The industry ‘supply shock’ is now three years behind us

However, we believe this cellular industry supply shock is now behind us. Notwithstanding lower GDP growth, there is still a revenue growth opportunity in China, given headline penetration of 62.7% and ‘traffic’ penetration of only 49.0%. Furthermore, while we forecast that voice revenues will grow at a CAGR of 5.6% from FY10 to FY13, we expect data access revenues to grow at a CAGR of 18.6%. Importantly, the 9.6% overall service revenue growth is permitting all three cellular players to grow EBITDA and net profit into FY11, as the capacity built in the 2008 ‘supply shock’ is utilised.
Figure 40: China voice revenues still growing …
600 500 400 300 200 321 100 FY09A FY10A FY11E FY12E FY13E FY10-13E CAGR
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Figure 41: … but data is where the real opportunity lies
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China Mobile

China Telecom

China Unicom

China Mobile

China Telecom

China Unicom

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

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Figure 42: Aggregate cellular industry capex
300 250 200 150 100 50 0 FY08 China Mobile FY09 FY10 China Unicom FY11E China Telecom FY12E FY13E 23.6 38.7 45.6% 53.5 51.5% 61.5 27.7 46.7 36.0% 33.7% 166.3 169.4 147.3 153.4 151.5 31.0% 146.5 27.4% 35% 30% 25% 20% 23.3 50.3 24.9 52.9 26.0 48.8 60% 55% 50% 45% 40%

Figure 43: Aggregate cellular industry cash flow
150 5.3 100 50 50.2 0 -50 -100 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11E FY12E FY13E FY10-13E CAGR China Mobile China Unicom China Telecom (12.0) (11.5) (51.7) 59.6 (37.3) 92.1 (21.2) (16.4) 94.8 (19.3) (5.2) 105.6 122.7 6.0 35.0%

(9.4) (0.4)

Industry capex to sales

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

We are also becoming more optimistic on the prospects of the fixed line business, again due to secular factors. The two fixed line operators in China enjoy a duopoly on the provision of broadband services in China. Indeed, given that China Telecom has a stronger network coverage reach in the southern provinces versus China Unicom’s better reach in the northern provinces, in many areas the two players represent de facto fixed line monopolies. With an average FY10 broadband ARPU of Rmb78.3 (US$12.0) per month and Rmb57.9 (US$8.9) for China Telecom and China Unicom, respectively, broadband services represent a key driver of revenues and returns on invested capital.
Figure 44: Broadband industry revenue and revenue market share forecasts
2009 Revenue (Rmb mn) China Telecom (xDSL) 47,807 China Unicom (xDSL) 23,898 Total 71,705 Broadband as % fixed line revenue China Telecom (xDSL) China Unicom (xDSL) 27.7 29.3 54,965 29,822 84,787 33.2 36.6 60,825 34,050 94,875 36.9 41.7 64,882 36,504 101,386 39.4 44.7 66,425 38,557 104,982 40.4 46.9 2010 2011E 2012E 2013E

… while broadband revenues expand

2014E 66,682 40,613 107,295 40.9 48.8

FY10-15 2015E CAGR (%) 67,514 42,189 109,703 41.5 50.2 4.2 7.2 5.3

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

We note that broadband revenue reached 33.2% of China Telecom’s recurring fixed line revenue in FY10, and 36.6% of China Unicom’s. Thus, after stripping out the Xiaolingtong revenues, China Telecom’s fixed line revenue declined by only 0.1% in FY10, while Unicom’s actually increased by 2.8%. We view this as an important inflection point. Looking forward, we expect China Telecom and China Unicom’s fixed line revenues to be flat into FY11 and FY12 (rising if the Xiaolingtong revenues are stripped out).
Figure 45: Fixed line capex (Rmb mn) and capex to sales
10 0.0 9 0.0 8 0.0 7 0.0 6 0.0 5 0.0 4 0.0 3 0.0 2 0.0 1 0.0 0.0 FY08A FY09A FY1 0 fixed line capex FY 11 FY12 FY13 Ope rating free cashflow 80 .2 66.5 89 .0 7 3.1 15.0% 63.8 55.3 10.0% 5.0% 0.0% FY0 8A FY09A FY10 FY11 FY1 2 FY13 FY10 -13E CAGR 30.2 % 26.4% 25.1% 2 1.7 % 34.2% 35.0% 28.9% 30.0% 25.0% 20.0% 50 .0 40 .0 30 .0 20 .0 10 .0 49 .3 4 2.2 26.5 45.2 39.6 60 .0 57.9 40.0%

Figure 46: Fixed line cash flow generation (Rmb mn)
70 .0 8.6%

capex to sa les ratio

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

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No material stock by stock impact of GDP slowdown
With good visibility of cash flows, driven by secular factors, the telecoms sector as a whole tends to outperform in times of global financial stress and/or concerns over end-demand for Asia’s export industries. We therefore raise the sector to OVERWEIGHT. We have an OUTPERFORM rating on China Unicom and NEUTRAL ratings on China Mobile and China Telecom. We do not envisage that a GDP growth slowdown will affect our forecasts materially, given the pre-eminence of the secular/ structural drivers, and we therefore leave our projections and DCF-based target prices unchanged. We further note that balance sheets in the industry are relatively strong, particularly given that the secular 3G capex ‘hump’ is increasingly behind the operators. While China Mobile has a net cash position, China Unicom had a net debt-to-EBITDA ratio of only 1.2x as at December 2010 and China Telecom had a net debt-to-EBITDA ratio of only 0.6x as at December 2010.
Figure 47: China telecoms sector – comparative multiples
Current China Mobile China Unicom China Telecom Asia ex Japan integrated Asia ex Japan wireless 70.25 16.62 4.65 Target Upside 86.00 19.00 4.56 22.4 14.3 -1.9 P/E (x) FY12E 9.2 27.6 14.8 16.8 10.6 9.3 68.2 17.0 26.5 11.5 EV/EBITDA (x) FY11E 3.6 6.3 4.3 6.0 5.2 FY12E 3.3 5.3 5.5 5.8 4.7 FCF yield (%) FY11E 6.9 (3.9) 7.2 5.6 6.5 FY12E 8.0 (1.4) 10.3 6.9 8.1 Div yield (%) FY11E 4.6 0.5 1.8 4.2 4.7 FY12E 4.7 1.3 1.8 4.6 5.0 price (HK$) price (HK$) (%) FY11E

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

How clients should be positioned
Within the sector, our DCF-based target prices given in the figure above currently imply the highest upside for China Mobile, followed by China Unicom and China Telecom. Given China Mobile’s large cash pile (HK$14.80/share) and relatively high cash flow yield it is arguably the most defensive of the three stocks at present, though it faces some near-term structural issues in competing for the data growth opportunity due to its use of TD-SDCMA technology for 3G services. Unicom is best-placed to increase its share of cellular revenues The fact that data is becoming more meaningful in the China market (3.8% 3G penetration as at 2010, rising to 10.2% in 2011) plays to Unicom’s strengths. We have identified four key drivers for rising 3G net addition numbers: (1) improved W-CDMA handset supply and distribution channels; (2) a superior data experience for users; (3) an improving voice/2G coverage experience; and (4) more aggressive marketing, in the form of lower thresholds and more willingness to subsidise. Unicom is of course highly leveraged at the top line to success in this area, given average 2G ARPU levels of Rmb38, versus Rmb126 for newlyacquired 3G subscribers. We forecast that Unicom will grow cellular revenue at 20% during FY10-FY13 and that its revenue market share will likely expand from 13.4% in FY10 to 17.6% in FY13. Introduction of the MNP would only accelerate this. Our DCFbased target price of HK$19.00/share and OUTPERFORM rating are maintained. China Mobile’s share of the revenue pie is declining, but its balance sheet is strong China Mobile can, we believe, continue to grow in China’s three-player cellular market, though with a 78.8% revenue market share we expect it to grow more slowly than competitors. Growth will also be crimped relative to competitors due to the use of homegrown TD technology. Our extensive recent tests show that users in Beijing and Shanghai can expect a ‘reasonable’ surfing experience on TD, but not an excellent one. Unicom’s W-CDMA network delivers 2-10x faster speeds. China Mobile’s Wi-Fi network delivers faster speeds than TD, but the coverage is still very patchy (hence China Mobile’s rising
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capex). LTE provides a more lasting solution but its full commercial launch, with smartphones, might only make an impact in FY13. On the other hand, China Mobile has by far the strongest balance sheet position and the stock can be expected to perform well in a falling stock market. Our DCF-based target price for China Mobile is HK$86 and we rate the company a NEUTRAL. Telecom’s asset purchase likely earnings accretive, but value destructive China Telecom’s key consolidated earnings driver cellular business is the improving scale of the cellular division, which is set to reach net profit breakeven in FY11. This is set to continue, and the intended acquisition of the CDMA network from its unlisted parent in late FY12 is likely to be earnings accretive from FY13 (though we have factored in HK$0.51/share of value destruction; investors should consider the capex of the CDMA network, and the fact that it will replace existing lease fees, rather than just the non-cash depreciation charges). China Telecom’s fixed line business (contributing 72.9% of revenues in FY11) is also stabilising due to broadband growth, and the slow pace of reform by the cable operators in China defers a potential competitive threat. Given China Telecom’s relatively strong balance sheet, and the recent stock price decline, we rate China Telecom a NEUTRAL, with a target price of HK$4.56.

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Valuation multiples with regional comparisons
Figure 48: Regional comparative multiples
Closing Code Integrated operators China Telecom China Unicom HTHK KDDI KT NTT Softbank PCCW CTI PLDT SingTel SKB Telekom Malaysia Telstra True Corp TT&T NJA average – integrated Mobile operators AIS AXIATA Bakrie Bharti China Mobile DiGi Excelcom Globe IDEA Indosat LGT Maxis M1 NTT DoCoMo PT Telkom Reliance SKT SmarTone StarHub TAC NJA average – mobile Asia average – telecoms 0728.HK 0762.HK 215 HK 9433 JP 030200 KS 9432 JP 9984 JP 8 HK 1137 HK TEL PM ST SP 033630 KS T MK TLS AU TRUE TB TTNT TB HK$ HK$ HK$ ¥ W ¥ ¥ HK$ HK$ P S$ W RM A$ Bt Bt 4.65 16.62 2.45 574,000 36,800 3,810 2,987 3.09 4.93 2,348 3.08 4,260 3.84 3.05 3.92 0.10 N O O O R O O N O O N N U O U U 4.56 19.00 2.90 670,000 R 4,700 4,500 4.00 7.10 2,800 3.62 4,800 3.25 3.30 2.85 0.11 17.0 68.2 14.0 9.2 6.8 9.5 13.5 12.8 12.5 12.2 11.6 83.0 29.1 11.6 25.0 n.m. 26.5 11.5 14.2 n.m. 14.6 9.3 17.1 13.4 12.2 19.2 23.4 6.6 17.8 13.5 11.6 11.4 7.1 7.0 13.9 15.2 13.4 11.5 16.0 14.8 27.6 11.4 8.0 6.3 8.6 12.1 10.5 11.5 12.1 10.5 22.1 22.5 10.7 19.3 n.m. 16.8 11.0 12.7 n.m. 10.6 9.2 16.0 11.6 12.0 11.3 13.7 6.1 17.6 12.5 11.3 10.5 5.4 6.6 11.8 14.2 16.1 10.6 12.4 4.3 6.3 7.5 3.2 3.0 2.6 4.6 7.7 5.9 6.0 6.1 3.9 5.4 4.9 5.9 7.1 6.0 5.6 6.8 10.3 7.2 3.6 8.6 5.8 4.8 6.5 5.0 3.1 10.4 7.4 3.7 5.2 5.4 3.5 8.5 8.1 5.5 5.2 5.0 5.5 5.3 6.5 2.7 2.8 2.4 3.8 7.4 5.5 5.4 5.6 3.5 5.0 4.7 5.6 6.4 5.8 5.4 6.1 9.6 5.7 3.3 8.2 5.2 4.8 4.8 4.2 2.7 10.3 7.0 3.5 4.8 4.4 3.3 6.9 7.8 5.6 4.7 4.6 7.2 (3.9) 6.2 12.2 14.1 15.6 7.1 11.5 4.5 6.4 8.5 3.0 2.4 11.1 5.1 243.5 5.6 11.1 6.0 1.5 3.1 6.9 6.1 6.1 5.8 (0.2) 2.0 12.5 5.1 7.1 9.0 8.6 16.1 5.9 5.3 5.2 10.2 6.5 7.5 10.3 (1.4) 7.7 13.6 15.9 17.4 9.1 11.0 6.6 8.4 8.8 7.7 5.6 10.6 4.7 259.6 6.9 11.1 7.6 3.0 8.1 8.0 6.4 8.3 1.2 8.5 14.0 15.7 5.4 7.6 9.3 9.9 22.2 8.0 6.4 5.5 9.5 8.1 8.9 1.8 0.5 5.0 2.6 7.9 3.7 0.2 5.5 6.0 8.2 5.5 5.1 9.2 4.2 8.7 2.2 2.8 4.6 5.8 2.6 7.2 0.3 2.3 4.6 7.2 6.0 3.9 4.9 3.5 6.1 7.2 7.3 13.4 4.7 4.1 1.8 1.3 6.6 2.8 8.5 3.9 0.2 6.7 6.9 8.3 6.2 5.1 9.2 4.6 9.1 2.4 4.4 4.7 6.2 3.4 7.3 1.1 4.4 5.5 7.2 6.7 3.9 5.5 7.3 6.5 8.5 7.3 7.4 5.0 4.3 Curr. price Rating Target Normalised P/E EV/EBITDA FCF yield (%) Div. yield (%)

price 2011E 2012E 2011E 2012E 2011E 2012E 2011E 2012E

ADVANC TB AXIATA MK BTEL IJ BHARTI IN 941 HK DIGI MK EXCL IJ GLO PM IDEA IN ISAT IJ 032640 KS MAXIS MK M1 SP 9437 JP TLKM IJ RCOM IN 017670 KS 315 HK STH SP DTAC TB

Bt 98.50 RM 4.93 Rp 360.00 Rs 376.75 HK$ 70.25 RM 28.72 Rp 6,200 P 875 Rs 74.20 Rp 5,150 W 5,460 RM 5.52 S$ 2.45 ¥ 143,800 Rp 7,250.00 Rs 93.55 W 153,500 HK$ 12.28 S$ 2.74 Bt 59.75

O O U O N O O O O O N O N N O N O U U O

128.00 6.30 185.00 450.00 86.00 29.60 7,200 1,000 95.00 7,900 6,600 6.10 2.66 150,000 9,750 120.00 201,000 12.00 2.31 68.00

Note: 1) Rating: O = Outperform; N = Neutral; U = Underperform; R = Restricted, 2) The averages are based on market capitalisation., 3) The PE for non-Asian stocks are based on Credit Suisse adjusted EPS., 4) The financial years of KDDI, NTT, NTT DoCoMo, Softbank, Bharti, Reliance and SingTel are ended in March. For the sake of comparison, the FY05 of these companies in this matrix represents FY3/06 of their financial years and etc., 5) FCF yield = (EBITDA - interest exp. - tax - capex) / mkt cap. Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

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Insurance Sector
Relatively defensive in a slowdown
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Figure 49: Insurance Valuation Table
Company T = Dec 10 China Life Ping An China Pacific China Taiping PICC* 2628.HK 2318.HK 2601.HK 0966.HK 2328.HK Ticker CS Rating NTRL RSTR OPFM NTRL NTRL TP Price (%) Up/dn Local Target Chg (%) 25.65 75.40 30.30 18.70 11.98 30.00 41.00 22.00 11.00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 PE (x) T+1 EPS (local) T+1 T+2 1.57 3.59 1.86 0.81 0.70 2.00 4.43 2.21 1.06 0.81 EV (local)* T+1 T+2 14.23 35.18 17.27 12.59 3.37 16.03 40.96 19.09 14.81 4.66 VNB EV* P/EV* (x) multiple (x) (%) T+1 T+2 T+1 T+2 T+1 1.8 2.1 1.8 1.5 3.6 1.6 1.8 1.6 1.3 2.6 12.1 9.1 14.7 10.7 12.8 9.2 17.4 8.9 na na 14 13 14 31 28 VNB growth (%) T+1 17 18 25 25 na

17 16.4 21.0 35 16.3 18 23.1 -8 17.2

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

Relative to other cyclical sectors, the insurance industry is less impacted by any slowdown in the Chinese economy. The key drivers for insurance companies are: Demand for savings products (correlated to GDP/disposable income and demographics) Demand for insurance (i.e., related to wealth/income and other factors such as number of motor vehicles) Interest rates – Insurance earnings are highly leveraged to interest rates (detailed below), with rising rates positive for insurers.

While there is some longer-term correlation to GBP growth, we highlight that the insurance industry (both life and P&C) has continued to grow reasonably robustly even during periods of weaker growth. P&C tends to be a little more cyclical as this is mainly (~75%) motor vehicle insurance in China; it reacts quicker to economic cycles.
Figure 50: Life insurance less correlated …
Life insurance – premiums (Rmb bn) and growth (% p.a.)
1,200,000 60%

■ ■ ■

Figure 51: … while P&C a little more cyclical
P&C insurance – premiums (Rmb bn) and growth (% p.a.)
450,000 400,000 40% 35% 30% 25%

growth (%pa)
1,000,000 Bancassurance (mainly single premiums) 50%

350,000

800,000

40%

300,000 250,000

600,000

10yr CAGR (%pa)

30%
200,000

20% 15%

400,000

20%

150,000 100,000 10% 5% 0% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

200,000

10%

50,000 0

2000 2001 Premiu ms 2002 2003 2004 Growth 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

0%

10yr CAGR (%pa)

Premiums

Growth

10yr CAGR (%pa)

Source: CIRC, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: CIRC, Credit Suisse estimates

Leverage to rising rates
The main driver for insurance companies, in our view, is the prospect of further interest rate increase and a steepening of the yield curve. In this tightening cycle, we have seen some flattening of the yield curve.

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Currently, the impact of continuously falling average (three-year) interest rates is negatively impacting the earnings of the insurers (2H10 in particular). In addition, the somewhat flat yield curve and high bank deposits are also posing some near-term margin strain on the insurers (i.e., forcing increased crediting rates without fully offset from higher yields). We believe both these headwinds will start to disappear from 2H11 onwards, with average yield starting to rise and we should also start to see a steepening of the yield curve at some stage. Liability reserves calculations are done using 750-day (three-year) moving average interest rates, which are still decreasing during 2H10, as highlighted below. Assuming flat rates from here, these moving average starts should be positive again in 2H11.
Figure 52: Change in 750-day moving average bond yields (%)
Cash rate 3Q10 4Q10 1Q11 2Q11 3Q11 4Q11 -0.03 -0.02 -0.02 -0.02 -0.02 0.00 1-yr bond -0.11 -0.12 -0.02 -0.03 -0.02 0.13 3-yr bond -0.12 -0.10 -0.03 -0.04 0.01 0.14 5-yr bond -0.12 -0.08 -0.03 -0.04 0.01 0.11 10-yr bond -0.11 -0.06 -0.02 -0.04 0.02 0.08

We deem interest rates will become a net positive from late 2011

Source: Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

We deem a moderate tightening environment as the ideal scenario for the listed Chinese life insurers, with the following impacts specifically for insurers: (1) Medium term – improving investment returns. Insurers effectively earn the ‘spread’ between return on their assets (weighted to bonds) and what is credited to customers – with higher spreads usually achievable in higher interest rate environments. (2) Mature guaranteed portfolios highly leveraged. On products where insurers guarantee the rate of return, the sensitivity to rising rates is material (and non-linear) as insurers do not need to pass through any rise in yields. Ping An and CPIC have large historical portfolios with guarantees averaging above 5% (pre-July 1999: 2.5% maximum guarantee cap). As such, these have the highest sensitivity to rising rates as highlighted in Figure 54. While the China Life pre-1999 portfolio is not part of the listed entity, it does sell low guaranteed products in rural areas (as does CPIC) and, as such, has some reasonably strong leverage as well. We note that the embedded value sensitivities in Figure 54 are for a 25 bp rise in investment yields, which could also lead to changes in risk discount rates and falls in capital values which offset this.
Figure 53: China 10-year bond yield up 57 bp in 2H10 …
CPIC quarterly EPS (2009-2010)
6.0%

Figure 54: … with strong value metric sensitivity
Sensitivity to 25 bp rise in investment yield
12.5%

5.0%
10yr bond yield

10.0%

4.0%

7.5%
3.0%

5.0%
3yr bond yield

2.0%

2.5%
1.0%

0.0% EV
0.0% Dec-03 Jun-04 Dec-04 Jun-05 Dec-05 Jun-06 Dec-06 Jun-07 Dec-07 Jun-08 Dec-08 Jun-09 Dec-09 Jun-10 Dec-10

VNB Ping An China Pacific China Taiping AIA

China Life

3yr bond yield

10yr bond yield

Source: Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

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Sensitivity differences are as follows: Embedded value – Ping An and China Pacific have the highest sensitivity to rising rates, given they have the highest guaranteed portfolios (although we note they already assume rising bond yields over the next five years or so). China Life is the next highest as it has a portfolio of low guaranteed business sold in rural areas. Value of new business – Given lower current profit margin (due to lower scale and distribution channel mix), China Taiping is the most sensitive to rising rates. Others are roughly similar.

Shorter-term headwinds from increased crediting rates We highlight that while longer term rising rates are positive for insurers, investors must also consider the returns available on competing products such as bank deposits (particularly important for bancassurance channel). As highlighted below, the five-year bank deposit rate is now around 5%, which is well above the 10-year bond yields (around 4%) and the credit rate on most life insurance policies.
Figure 55: Bank deposit rate exceeding credit rates …
Ping An universal life crediting rate vs bank deposit rate
6.0

Bond yiled and deposit rate (%)

Crediting vs deposit rate (%)

■ ■

Figure 56: … and ‘spread’ to earnings rate shrinking
10-year government bond (+150 bp) vs 5-year deposit rate
7.0

6.0
5.0

5.0

4.0

4.0

3.0

3.0

2.0 May-04 Sep-04 Jan-05 May-05 Sep-05 Jan-06 May-06 Sep-06 Jan-07 May-07 Sep-07 Jan-08 May-08 Sep-08 Jan-09 May-09 Sep-09 Jan-10 May-10 Sep-10 Jan-11

2.0 May-04 Sep-04 Jan-05 May-05 Sep-05 Jan-06 May-06 Sep-06 Jan-07 May-07 Sep-07 Jan-08 May-08 Sep-08 Jan-09 May-09 Sep-09 Jan-10 May-10 Sep-10 Jan-11

Ping An individual

5 yr deposit

3 yr deposit

10 yr + 150 bps

5 yr deposit

Source: Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Company data, Credit Suisse estimates

As such, we deem that while this issue remains, insurers may be forced to raise crediting rates without full offset from rising asset yields on their own portfolios (noting large bond yield holdings). P&C insurance more impacted by shorter yields Property & Casualty insurers have positive leverage to bond yields in that insurance premiums are generally paid at the beginning of the year and hence the insurer earns interest on the premiums until it needs to pay the claim. Insurers generally try to match the duration of their assets and liabilities (asset liability management or ALM), with mismatches often penalised by regulator’s minimum capital calculations (which often involve stress testing the portfolio). As such, the type of business a P&C insurer writes will determine the key bond yield to examine. For short-term (tail) businesses such as motor insurance, the policy duration is usually one year and reporting delays are minimal (for the property part) and as such the one-year bond benchmark is likely to be the most relevant. For longer-term (tail) businesses, which are generally liability (also know as casualty) insurance, premiums are also generally annual, but the reporting delay can be long. The most common type of liability insurance is worker’s compensation (or employer’s liability) which insures for, among other things, personal injury while at work. The most extreme P&C insurers benefit more immediately from rising rates than their life insurance peers

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obvious example is asbestos, where the time period between exposure (when an employee is insured) and symptoms of related diseases developing can be as long as 40 years. Given property and casualty insurers invest in the shorter end of the yield curve (as 75% of their portfolio is short tail motor), they benefit more immediately from interest rate rises than their life insurance peers.
Figure 57: Chinese government bond yields have moved more at the short end
1yr bond 31-Dec-09 30-Jun-10 31-Dec-10 24-May-11 ∆ 2011 YTD ∆ 2H10 Source: Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates 1.55 1.87 2.95 3.06 0.11 1.08 3yr bond 2.40 2.45 3.51 3.30 -0.21 1.06 5yr bond 2.95 2.69 3.56 3.58 0.02 0.87 10yr bond 3.60 3.33 3.90 3.95 0.05 0.57

For a motor portfolio, an increase in the one-year bond yield by 100 bp would lead to a profit increase of ~5% (assuming a combined ratio of 95%).
Figure 58: Three-year bonds 100 bp in 2H10 …
Government bond yields (%)
6.0%

Figure 59: … with profit sensitivity high
Profit sensitivity to 50 bp change in investment yield

Short-tail interest rate sensitivity
5.0%
10yr bond yield

4.0%

3.0%
3yr bond yield

2.0%

1.0%

Premium Claims + expenses Underwriting profit Investment income Profit (pre-tax) Change in profit Capital Interest rate

@3% 100 95 5 1.5 6.5 50 3.0%

@4% 100 95 5 1.8 6.8 3.8% 50 3.5%

0.0% Dec-03 Jun-04 Dec-04 Jun-05 Dec-05 Jun-06 Dec-06 Jun-07 Dec-07 Jun-08 Dec-08 Jun-09 Dec-09 Jun-10 Dec-10

3yr bond yield

10yr bond yield

Source: Reuters, Credit Suisse estimates

Source: Credit Suisse estimates

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