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Thai Union takes stake in Red Lobster

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THAI UNION Group, one of the worldâ??s largest seafood companies, has purchased a minority stake in Red Lobster Seafood Co, the worldâ??s largest seafood-restaurant company, in a deal worth US$575 million (Bt20.3 billion) as part of its strategic expansion into a new business segment, retail food services.
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