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Posted: 10 Feb 2014 | 10:01 am
Leading global luxury chain Aman is expected to trade this week to a joint venture company composed of Peak Resorts and Adrian Zecha.
According to a media report in the Economic Times the existing owner India's DLF is selling at a total value of USD360 million which includes USD70 million in debt, so a net figure of USD290 million.
Peak Resorts is controllers by American Omar Amanat who is the entrepreneur being online trading enterprise Tradescape. He is also a significant investor in the Hollywood entertainment industry.
Aman currently are on the expansion trail fueled by a number of new hospitality led residential additions to their existing resorts with the latest being a new phase of villas for sale at Bali's Amanusa.
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Thailand-based Khiri Travel will highlight the opportunities of green travel at the upcoming PATA Travel Mart in Phnom Penh.
Both the Banyan Tree Phuket and Angsana Laguna Phuket resorts have been given EarthCheck bronze status.
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