Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- SM Prime Holdings Inc. advanced to the highest in more than four years in Manila trading after parent SM Investments Corp. said the group plans to list its China mall business by 2015 when the venture has sufficient assets to get better value.
SM Prime increased as much as 5.4 percent to 13.60 pesos and traded at 13.10 pesos at 11:53 a.m. local time, heading for the highest close July 2007. The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange Index gained 1.5 percent.
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