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July 25, 2012

It has been a week of consolidations in the family business world – German firm Bosch is to acquire fellow family-owned Ampack, a Hong Kong group is eyeing a non-family company in the UK, while an Indian conglomerate wants to make its mark in Australia.

It has been a week of consolidations in the family business world – German firm Bosch is to acquire fellow family-owned Ampack, a Hong Kong group is eyeing a non-family company in the UK, while an Indian conglomerate wants to make its mark in Australia.

May 24, 2012

At a time when the eurozone crisis shows no sign of abating, family businesses such as America Movil, Prada and LVMH are giving mixed signals about their expansion plans.

At a time when the eurozone crisis shows no sign of abating, family businesses such as America Movil, Prada and LVMH are giving mixed signals about their expansion plans.

According to Carlos Slim Domit, co-chairman of Mexican telecommunications group America Movil, now is a "good moment" to invest in Europe because of the continent's ongoing debt crisis.

February 14, 2012

The investment arm of family-controlled LVMH and Groupe Arnault has purchased a stake in Trendy International Group, as it looks to increase its exposure to China. 

The investment arm of family-controlled LVMH and Groupe Arnault has purchased a stake in Trendy International Group, as it looks to increase its exposure to China.

L Capital purchased a 10% stake in the fashion company along with a Chinese partner in a deal reportedly worth $200 million (€152 million).

A spokeswoman for L Capital confirmed the deal, which is thought to be the first time the investment group has taken a direct stake in a mainland Chinese company.

August 27, 2010

Family-controlled luxury group LVMH has continued its push into Asia by taking a stake in China-based Emperor Watch and Jewellery Ltd through its private equity fund L Capital Asia Advisors.

Family-controlled luxury group LVMH has continued its push into Asia by taking a stake in China-based Emperor Watch and Jewellery Ltd through its private equity fund L Capital Asia Advisors.

The fund, which is registered in the Cayman Islands but is a 100% subsidiary of LVMH, has purchased 6.92% of Emperor as a result of the transaction.

L Capital plans to inject money and expertise into luxury watch and jewellery retailer, which had revenues of HK$ 2.69 billion in 2009.

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