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|| Chinese investor Hui buys United Dairy Power

udp.pngHong Kong-based investor William Hui has agreed to buy United Dairy Power for about $70 million.

The sale of Australia's largest privately-owned milk supplier brings to a close Tony Esposito's career at United Dairy after 15 years. Esposito, who founded United Dairy in 1999 and has been its chief executive, has searched for a buyer for the Melbourne-based company for about two years.

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February 6, 2014 |  Filed under

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