NZ/CHINA: Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group to buy Oceania Dairy Group - report

By Chris Mercer | 2 January 2013

China's Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group has announced a deal to buy New Zealand's Oceania Dairy Group and plans to build an infant formula plant in the country, according to reports.

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China's Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group has announced a deal to buy New Zealand's Oceania Dairy Group and plans to build an infant formula plant in the country, according to reports.

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