New Hope Liuhe
New Hope Liuhe Co is a China-based company principally engaged in the manufacture and distribution of feed and meat products.
New Hope Liuhe, founded in March, 1998 and headquartered in Chengdu, is a food agriculture and animal husbandry enterprise. The founder is Liu Yonghao. Listed on the SZSE on March 11, 1998, the company's major shareholders are Southern Hoper Industry Co., Ltd., New Hope Group Co., Ltd., China Securities Finance Co., Ltd.. Rivals that have direct and indirect competition with New Hope Liuhe include Yili, Bright Dairy, Nestle, Lactalis, etc.
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