Enter the dragons' den
The OC&C China 50Wednesday, 7 September 2011
The Chinese dragons dominate the top end of the 'OC&C China 50' study of the largest 50 FMCG companies in China - 7 out of the top 10 companies are from China or Taiwan and 60% of the list as a whole is occupied by the local players.
The leading two players Wahaha and Tingyi, with sales nearing RMB 50 billion (€6bn) will in all likelihood break into the Global Top 50 FMCG companies next year. Indeed if the recently announced Tingyi deal to acquire ...Read Publication
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