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 Chinese firm acquired 45% stake in Australian food firm for $105 Million

beef.jpgShan Dong Delisi, a large Chinese food processing firm, has acquired 45% stake in Bindaree Beef, Australia's fourth largest meat processor, for $105 million

Bindaree Beef is established 60 years ago and employs over 600 people. Shandong Delisi is engaged in the production and distribution of frozen meat products. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Zhucheng, China.

To see a list of investors from China similar to Shan Dong Delisi, check the Chinese Investors Directory.

More details follows from Reuters:




 Chinese investors to invest $3 billion on Australian agriculture

china-agri-au.jpgTwo Chinese investment firms have established a $3 billion fund to invest in Australian agriculture.

"Beijing Agricultural Investment Fund" and Yuhu Group, a Shenzen-based investment firm, have established the $3 billion fund called "Beijing Australia Agricultural Resource Cooperative Development Fund". Several Chinese investors attended a Australian Dairy Farm Investment Forum in Melbourne checking the $12 billion Australian dairy industry.

To see a list of investors from China, check the recently updated 2014 edition of Chinese Investors Directory

More details follows from ABC Australia



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