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COFCO Meat Holdings Ltd (1610.HK)

1610.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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16 Jul 2019
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

COFCO Meat Holdings Says Q3 Fresh Pork Sales Volume 48,000 Tons
Monday, 15 Oct 2018 

Oct 15 (Reuters) - COFCO Meat Holdings Ltd <1610.HK>::Q32018 FRESH PORK SALES VOLUME 48,000 TONS, UP 5.5 PERCENT.Q3 HOG PRODUCTION VOLUME 671,000 HEADS, UP 13.8%.  Full Article

COFCO Meat Holdings Posts HY Loss Attributable RMB243.2 Mln
Wednesday, 22 Aug 2018 

Aug 22 (Reuters) - COFCO Meat Holdings Ltd <1610.HK>::HY LOSS ATTRIBUTABLE RMB243.2 MILLION VERSUS PROFIT RMB226.4 MILLION.H1 REVENUE AFTER BIOLOGICAL ASSETS FAIR VALUE ADJUSTMENTS RMB3.26 BILLION VERSUS RMB3.30 BILLION.  Full Article

COFCO Meat Holdings Posts Q2 Hog Production Volume 689,000 Heads
Monday, 23 Jul 2018 

July 23 (Reuters) - COFCO Meat Holdings Ltd <1610.HK>::Q2 HOG PRODUCTION VOLUME 689,000 HEADS.Q2 FRESH PORK SALES VOLUME 49,000 TONNES, UP 13.2%.  Full Article

COFCO Meat Holdings Posts Q1 Hog Production Volume Of 570,000 Tons
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2018 

June 5 (Reuters) - COFCO Meat Holdings Ltd <1610.HK>::Q1 FRESH PORK SALES VOLUME 42,000 TONS AND HOG PRODUCTION VOLUME 570,000 TONS.  Full Article

Cofco Meat Announces Meat Supply Agreement Worth RMB11.4 Mln
Tuesday, 16 Jan 2018 

Jan 16 (Reuters) - Cofco Meat Holdings Ltd <1610.HK>::WUHAN COFCO MEAT & COFCO MEAT (JIANGSU) RESPECTIVELY ENTER DEALS WITH CHINA MERCHANDISE RESERVE & CHINA FOODSTUFFS.CHINA FOODSTUFFS HAS AGREED TO SELL 298.8 TONS OF FROZEN LEAN PORK CUTS TO WUHAN COFCO MEAT AND COFCO MEAT (JIANGSU), RESPECTIVELY.CHINA FOODSTUFFS TO BE PAID RMB11.4 MILLION FOR SUPPLY OF MEAT.  Full Article

Ex-KKR Asia veterans raise $2.5 billion for first China-focused funds

HONG KONG DCP Capital, co-founded by former KKR & Co Greater China head David Liu, said it has raised about $2.5 billion in its debut U.S. dollar and yuan funds, giving the private equity firm adequate firepower to invest in Greater China.