A&O, CC and Bakers score lead roles on $6.6bn Thai retail bid
Clifford Chance, Allen & Overy and Baker & McKenzie have landed leading roles on the Thai convenience store operator CP All's $6.6bn (£4.32bn) bid for a majority stake in national retailer Siam Makro. CP All, Thailand's largest convenience chain and third-largest operator of 7-Eleven stores globally, owned by Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont, is to buy the 65% majority stake in Siam Makro, the owner of Makro cash-and-carry stores in Thailand, from Dutch Investment Company Netherlands-based SHV Nederland BV, one of the world's biggest trading groups.
Clifford Chance, Allen & Overy and Baker & McKenzie have landed leading roles on the Thai convenience store operator CP All’s $6.6bn (£4.32bn) bid for a majority stake in national retailer Siam Makro.
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