Chinese property developer Longfor Properties Co raised $912 million on Thursday, pricing its Hong Kong initial public offering at the top end of an indicated range, according to two sources close to the deal.

Asia has emerged as the world's top spot for companies tapping markets for funds this year and more than 30 firms are eyeing listings in either Hong Kong or India over the next few months.

Resourcehouse, the commodity group run by Australian Clive Palmer, has set a timetable for its  estimated $3 billion Hong Kong IPO, sources said on Thursday.

Here is a table of the top ten IPOs in Asia this year. All amounts are in billions of dollars.
RANK--AMOUNT--ISSUER---------------NATION----- -----DATE---------STORY-----

1.    7.34           CSCEC                          China         24/04   

2.    5.00   Metallurgical Corp of China    China         17/09   

3.+   4.10   China Minsheng Banking Corp   China    26/11   

4.*   3.35   Sands China                         Macau          30/11  

5.^   3.3                Maxis                       Malaysia          19/11   

6.    2.00           Myer Holdings              Australia        29/10  

7.    1.86    Wynn Resorts Macau         Maca               30/09   

8.    1.60      Everbright Securities       China                05/08

9.    1.3    China Zhongwang Holdings  Hong Kong       30/04  

10.   1.28   Glorious Property Holdings  Hong Kong      24/09  

 + Pricing not finalised. $4.10 bln is the maximum it aims to raise.
* Pricing not finalised. $3.35 bln is the maximum it aims to raise.
^ Price has been set but sale not completed. $3.3 bln is the maximum it aims to raise.

 Source: Thomson Reuters
(Compiled by Gillian Murdoch; Editing by Lincoln Feast)