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TPG-led consortium to buy stake in APM Monaco

TPG Capital Management is heading an investment collective to acquire 30 per cent of Hong Kong jeweller APM Monaco.

Costa Coffee China sales outpace home market

UK-headquartered Costa Coffee says sales in China have underpinned solid growth in its Asian operations.

Costa Coffee China sales outpace home market

UK-headquartered Costa Coffee says sales in China have underpinned solid growth in its Asian operations.

Chinese bidders lining up for Bally International

Chinese apparel manufacturer Fujian Septwolves Industry and conglomerate Fosun International are among bidders for the €600 million (US$717 million) Swiss luxury leather goods company Bally International. Non-binding offers coming in this week also included Japanese trading firm Itochu Corp. Bally parent JAB Holding, owned by the billionaire Reimann family, said in April it was reviewing options for the Swiss company to focus on its F&B business, which has acquired Keurig Green Mountain …

Chinese bidders lining up for Bally International

Fujian Septwolves Industry and Fosun International are among bidders for Bally International.

Thailand’s CP All bidding for Polish retail chain

Thailand’s CP All and three private equity funds are competing to buy Polish retail chain Zabka in a deal worth about US$1.59 billion.

McDonald’s Korea sale collapses

There are no bidders left for McDonald’s Korea – and TPG Capital has withdrawn from the race for McDonald’s China.

Pomelo boosts funding to $11m

Fashion e-tailer Pomelo has raised a follow-on round, bringing its total Series A funding to US$11 million.

Pomelo boosts funding to $11m

Fashion e-tailer Pomelo has raised a follow-on round, bringing its total Series A funding to US$11 million.

TPG drops out of McDonald’s China race

There are no bidders left for McDonald’s Korea – and TPG Capital has withdrawn from the race for McDonald’s China.

McDonald’s Asia to sell 2800 restaurants

McDonald’s Asia is preparing to sell some 2800 restaurants across Asia as it introduces a new business model in its fastest growing market.

L Capital withdraws Lilliput bid

LVMH private equity arm L Capital backs away from buying troubled Indian kidswear brand Lilliput.