Charoen Pokphand Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Two Thai billionaires are reportedly preparing bids for the Asian operations of UK grocery giant Tesco.
Bangkok’s massive IconSiam development will open on November 9, its developers have confirmed.
Japan-based e-commerce platform Inagora is teaming with Thailand’s CP (Charoen Pokphand) Group to boost its China business.
Charoen Pokphand Group plans to invest US$157 million over next five years to open Siam Makro wholesale stores in India.
Discount supermarket chain E-mart Mongolia is opening its second store.
E-Mart China is negotiating the sale of its five stores with Charoen Pokphand Group of Thailand.
PTT plans to start replacing 7-Eleven stores at its petrol stations with its own Jiffy Marts.
Japan’s FamilyMart UNY Holdings is considering partnering with Charoen Pokphand Group and China’s Citic.
All Indonesian 7-Eleven stores have been closed because of “limited resources” to keep them viable.
Charoen Pokphand’s plan to acquire Indonesia’s 7-Eleven convenience stores has been shelved.
CP Lotus Corporation is expecting to turn around a US$9.2 million loss to record a half-year profit.
A Thai group plans to buy the 7-Eleven Indonesia convenience store chain.