JAPAN: Li & Fung unit buys stake in Hello Kitty owner
By just-style.com | 18 October 2010
Fung Investment Pte Ltd, a private equity firm headed by the bosses of global sourcing giant Li & Fung, has bought a 1.03% stake in Japan's Sanrio Co, owner of the Hello Kitty brand.
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