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Henan Shuanghui Investment & Development's H1 Net Profit Down 16.6% Y/Y
Shuanghui Development's Q1 Net Profit Down 1.6% Y/Y
Shuanghui Investment & Development's 2020 Net Profit Up 15.0% Y/Y
Henan Shuanghui Investment & Development Co.,Ltd. is a China-based company principally engaged in the slaughtering and meat processing businesses. The Company’s main products consist of high-temperature meat products, low-temperature meat products, as well as fresh meat and frozen meat. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets.
Shuanghui Mansion, No.1 Shuanghui Road
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China's chicken producers are pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans despite a slump in demand due to the coronavirus, reducing reliance on imports amid recent fears about the safety of foreign meat.
China's WH Group on Tuesday reported a 16.9% fall in first-half profit as higher meat prices due to a devastating hog disease hurt margins at the world's top pork processor.
Japanese trading company Marubeni said on Tuesday it had set up a joint venture with Chinese logistics startup G7 to lease refrigerated trailers to Chinese customers seeking to meet fast-growing demand for fresh food.
* Lower pig prices in China due to African swine fever (Adds executives' comments; background)
China's WH Group said on Friday its fourth-quarter net profit fell 7 percent to $290 million, as low pig prices in China and the Sino-U.S. trade war hit the income of the world's top pork producer.
China's WH Group Ltd said on Tuesday its third-quarter net profit plunged 31 percent to $199 million, as lower prices amid higher supplies and trade disputes dented the world's top pork producer's income in the United States.
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