KUALA LUMPUR : Charoen Pokphand Holdings (M), the Malaysia-based unit of the Thai agricultural giant, plans to use Malaysia as its export hub for halal food and boost revenue from its food business to 50% within five years.
CPhalal products are on display in Kuala Lumpur. The Thai agribusiness giant claims to be the second-largest food manufacturer in Malaysia with a market share of15%. NANCHANOK WONGSAMUTH
At present, food contributes 15% of the company's total revenue, said president Pratan Jongpun.
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