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Mr Wai Leung Tang (placeholder)

Mr Wai Leung Tang is thought to be registered in


Where we got this placeholder from

Created By
an OpenCorporates bot
Source
external source
Confidence
high
Added On
October 10 2016, 12.58AM
Created By
an OpenCorporates bot
Source
external source
Confidence
high
Added On
October 10 2016, 4.39AM
Created By
an OpenCorporates bot
Source
external source
Confidence
high
Added On
October 10 2016, 4.39AM
Created By
an OpenCorporates bot
Source
external source
Confidence
high
Added On
November 16 2016, 5.13PM
Created By
an OpenCorporates bot
Source
external source
Confidence
high
Added On
January 13 2017, 10.26AM
Created By
an OpenCorporates bot
Source
external source
Confidence
high
Added On
November 17 2017, 10.41AM
Created By
an OpenCorporates bot
Source
external source
Confidence
high
Added On
July 19 2018, 1.32AM

What is a placeholder?

Placeholder is the word OpenCorporates uses to refer to a presumed company. Until we can match a company name and jurisdiction with an official source of information (such as a company registry), we can't be sure it really is a legal entity. Once we know it's a legal entity, we include it in search results, and stop calling it a placeholder