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Sanyuan buys 95% of Sanlu (Shandong)

BEIJING-BASED Sanyuan Group successfully bid 49 million yuan (US$7.2 million) yesterday to buy a 95-percent stake in Sanlu (Shandong) dairy company, previously owned by the Sanlu Group, the bankrupt dairy firm at the center of the melamine contamination scandal.

The shares were put up for sale at an auction in northern Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei Province, according to sources with the Hebei Jiahai Auction Co.

Four companies participated in the auction, with the opening bid at 33 million yuan.

"The company is happy with the result," said a representative of Sanyuan after the auction, but he refused to comment further.

Sanlu (Shandong), which was set up in 2006, specializes in making and selling liquid milk products. The company changed its name to Shandong Ecological Pasture Co in October.

The other three bidders were Beijing investment consultancy Tongde Tongyi, a Hebei food company Xiangyao, and Wandashan dairy company in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province.


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