Sigma Alimentos and Shuanghui International Holdings on Monday agreed to share ownership of Spanish canned ham and hotdog processor Campofrio Food Group SA. The co-ownership deal is worth $957 million.
Hong Kong-based Shuanghui International Holdings intends to offer a counter bid for Spanish meat processor Campofrio. Mexican food company Sigma Alimentos earlier offered Campofrio a takeover deal worth EUR695 million.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported on Wednesday including Sinopec, Apache, AMR, US Airways, Deutsche Bank, EDF, Oxford, Andor, Bank Zachodni WBK, Shuanghui, Campofrio, OCZ, Toshiba and CVS Caremark.
Mexico-based food conglomerate Sigma Alimentos announced it plan to take over Spain's meat processing company Campofrio after it agreed to buy 40% of of the Spanish company from its current shareholders.
Alfa, the Mexican conglomerate, had laid out plans to conduct an IPO of its food subsidiary Sigma Alimentos.
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