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Thailand's CPF sells 25 pct of CP Pokphand to Japan's Itochu for $860 mln
BANGKOK, July 24 (Reuters) - Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CPF), Thailand's largest meat and animal feed producer, on Thursday said it planned to sell 25 percent of C.P. Pokphand Co Ltd to Japan's Itochu Corp for 27.4 billion baht ($860 million). CPF in ...
Itochu Agrees to $1.9 Billion Food Tie-Up With CP Pokphand  Bloomberg
Itochu links with CP Pokphand in cross-share deal for Asia push  South China Morning Post (subscription)
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Charoen Pokphand to Pay $2.1 Billion for Majority Stake in Hong Kong Unit
CP Foods plans to buy 18.8 billion shares in CP Pokphand Co. at 90 Hong Kong cents each from CP Group units, the Bangkok-based company said yesterday in a statement. It will issue new stock to CP Group and borrow $1.49 billion in overseas loans to ...
CP Foods acquisition of HK unit to drive animal-feed growth strategy  The Nation
Charoen to acquire $2 billion stake in CP Pokphand
Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CPF) (CPF.BK), a Thai agricultural giant, has agreed to acquire 74.2 percent of CP Pokphand Co Ltd (CPP) (0043.HK), its Hong Kong-listed affiliate, in a deal potentially worth more than $2 billion. CPF will gain access to ...
Ubon trucking company rose from ashes of 1997 crisis
FROM THREE TRUCKS in 1997, Ban Paew Group Limited Partnership now has 100 trucks to handle logistics in the Northeast and also plans to expand into neighbouring countries when the Asean Economic Community takes effect at the end of this year.
Costco sued over claims it sells shrimp harvested by slave labour
The lawsuit also names as a defendant the U.S. distributor of the prawns, Columbia, Maryland-based CP Food Products Inc., and the company's Thailand-based parent company, Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Ltd., a “global conglomerate.'”.
Costco and CP Foods face lawsuit over alleged slavery in prawn supply chain  The Guardian
Are Californians Supporting Slave Labor When They Buy Shrimp from Costco?
Sud seeks class certification, an injunction ordering Costco to stop selling CP Foods prawns unless they are labeled as a product of slave labor, and refunds for California customers who bought slave-produced frozen shrimp in the past four years.
Costco accused of selling prawns produced by slaves
The exporter, CP Food Products Inc., and its parent company, Thailand's Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL, were also named in the lawsuit that was filed on behalf of California resident Monica Sud, a member of Costco which is run as a warehouse club.
No, Costco Really Isn't Using Slave Labor
According to the lawsuit, the shrimp you buy at Costco is purchased from various Thai companies, including Charoen Pokphand Foods (CP Foods), which in turn buy feed for the shrimp from traders, some of whom allegedly enslave men to work their boats. As ...
Itochu, Thailand's Charoen Pokphand buy 20 per cent stake in Citic Limited
CP is led by Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont, whose family comes from southern China. It is Thailand's largest private company and one of the biggest in Southeast Asia. Itochu and CP will acquire the Citic stake through a 50-50 joint venture, Chia ...
Itochu, CP in Deal to Take $10.4 Billion Stake in Citic  Wall Street Journal
Itochu and CP Group in $10bn Citic stake deal  Financial Times
Itochu, CP Group in Talks to Invest in China's Citic Ltd.
Itochu and CP Group already have a cross-shareholding agreement in place. In July, CP Group agreed to buy a 4.9% stake in Itochu for about $1 billion, while Itochu agreed to pay about $854 million for 25% of CP Pokphand Co., a Hong Kong-listed unit of ...
CP Group in talks to buy Citic stake  Financial Times
Japan's Itochu and CP Group Said in Talks to Invest in Citic  Bloomberg
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