Feed Fight

Flannery, Russell
March 2009
Forbes Asia;3/30/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p41
The article focuses on the success of East Hope Group of China, which was later split into East Hope and New Hope. It states that East Hope Group was able to surpassed the feed business of Dhanin Chearvanont, an overseas entreperneur, after two and a half decades. Meanwhile, it mentions that East Hope and New Hope, the separated East Hope Group, is competing with agribusiness giant Charoen Pokphand.


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