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Itochu Agrees to $1.9 Billion Food Tie-Up With CP Pokphand
Itochu will buy an HK$6.6 billion stake ($852 million) in Hong Kong-based unit CP Pokphand Co. and the Thai company will take 102.4 billion yen ($1 billion) of Itochu's stock, the two companies said in separate statements.
Itochu links with CP Pokphand in cross-share deal for Asia push  South China Morning Post (subscription)
Itochu Agrees To $1B Partnership With Thailand's CP Group  Law360 (subscription)
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'Coffee culture' aftertaste gets far more bitter | Bangkok Post: opinion
... can co-exist with large trees. But this does not mean forest encroachment is not an issue. The coffee culture and business in Thailand, I believe, is entering a major transition period.
Restoring investors' confidence in Asean
One such Japanese company, Itochu Corporation, which participated in the Iseas forum, mentioned that it has formed alliances with Thailand's Charoen Pokphand Group (CP Group) and Citic Group Corporation of China mainly "to have access to business ...
TCC set to take on retail giants
Charoen Pokphand (CP) Group came third in the fierce bidding. "The past bidding failures for ... The company has 125 large stores (Big C Supercenter, Extra and Jumbo), 55 Big C Markets, 394 Mini Big Cs and 146 Pure Drugstores. An industry source said ...
Casino confident could exceed asset sale target - CFO  The Indian Republic
Costco mired in slave labour suit
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
Company Denies Responsibility in Chicken Deaths
The Charoen Pokphand CP Group, Thailand's largest private company, has been blamed by local authorities as the source of the diseased fowl, which were discovered by residents of Stung Sen City on January 24 in a canal used to irrigate rice farms and ...
CP All share price up despite bad news
CP All saw its share price slightly increase by 0.59 per cent today despite negative news that some institutional investors may shun the company following penalties against its high-level executives. The share price ended at Bt42.75. Yesterday, the ...
Samsung's Lee Family Tops Forbes Inaugural List Of Asia's Richest Families
SINGAPORE (October 8, 2015) - Forbes Asia today launched its inaugural ranking of the top 50 Asian business dynasties. South Korea's Lee family, who controls the Samsung Group, tops the list with a combined wealth of US$26.6 billion.
Three Filipino families among Asia's 50 richest  Manila Bulletin
Empire of Thailand's Richest Man Faces Pressure
HONG KONG—Thailand's richest man, Dhanin Chearavanont, built his fortune on chicken, pig and shrimp farming, then created a global empire spanning convenience stores and telecommunications at home and plastics and pharmaceutical production in ...
Thai tycoon Dhanin's CP empire buffeted by global headwinds  The Australian
Thai business empire fights global hurdles  EJ Insight
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.