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Thailand's CP group aims to double sales in CLMV region
... Oct 14 (Reuters) - Charoen Pokphand Group (CP), Thailand's largest agribusiness conglomerate, said on Tuesday it aimed to double sales in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV) over the next five years to tap demand in fast-growing economies ...
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Cambodian Company Looks to Double Pig Production
A Cambodian company has announced plans to double its hog production by 2019 to meet that country's pork demand. Uthai Tantipimolphan, president of CP Cambodia, a subsidiary of Thai conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Co. Limited, said the company ...
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Conxemar blog: Fishmasters wants to take its natural, microwavable fillets to ...
Along with the vessel, Iberconsa netted a license to catch about 4,000 metric tons of hake, which adds to the company's 14,000t of hake quota in Namibia. .... With early mortality syndrome (EMS), Thai labor issues, illegal fishing and the loss of ...
7-Eleven trials freshly prepared food
The 7-Eleven franchise in Thailand is operated by CPAll Plc - a subsidiary of agriculture conglomerate Charoen Pokphand, or CP Group. CPAll's public relations officer said the All Meal pilot eatery is testing the market and the company has yet to bring ...
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CP Foods plans to expand IFFO-certified tuna meal model with Kingfisher to ...
Thai agribusiness group Charoen Pokphand Foods plans to expand the supply partnership it has with Kingfisher Holdings for certified fishmeal from tuna by-products to as many as ten other plants, as well as improving the fisheries it came under fire for ...
CP looks to double pig production
CP Cambodia, a subsidiary of Thai conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Company Limited, has confirmed plans to double its swine production by 2019 to meet Cambodia's demand for pork products.
Thai Union
For the first time, TUF is the one and only Thai company in the food category, which has been selected as an official member of DJSI Emerging Markets 2014 and amongst the 10 Thai companies listed in DJSI's various indices.
Winning the AEC race
From Thailand, this group includes CP (Charoen Pokphand), Thai Beverage, and TUF (Thai Union Frozen Products). These companies will become even stronger in the AEC market.
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C.P. Pokphand Co Ltd gives H1 2014 profit guidance