Our Business

Southeast Asia Business

Since the so-called China risk has been disputed in summer 2012, Southeast Asian countries have gained attention as “China Plus One”. These countries are promising as both production bases and consumption markets, given potential growth ability, pro-Japan and assiduous nationalities, and stable social situations.

Against such backdrop, JCD has commenced investment and business partnership support services to local Southeast Asian companies.  Moreover, via alliances with powerful local conglomerates, we are able to realize successful entry of our clients into the Southeast Asian market.

Partners

Charoen Pokphand (CP) Group
http://www.cpthailand.com/

Established in 1921 by Chinese-Thai Xie brothers as a seeds shop in Bangkok, it is now Thailand’s largest conglomerate, involving its core agriculture and food businesses as well as communications, distribution, and real estate businesses. There are more than 400 group companies, base in Thailand and operating in 20 countries worldwide, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, China (mainland, Hong Kong, and Taiwan), and the U.S. Its gross sales is about 7 trillion yen, and it has about 400 thousand employees. In China, it is known as Chia Tai (Zhengda) Group.

Lippo Group
http://www.lippokarawaci.co.id/

Founded in the 1950s by Chinese Indonesian Li Wenzheng (Mochtar Riady), it is Indonesia’s largest conglomerate focusing on real estates, finance, and distribution. It invests in a wide range of business, e.g. real estates, hotels, manufacturing, IT, infrastructure, department stores, supermarkets, media, banks, insurance, securities, education, travel, leisure, services, etc., and operates in Indonesia, Singapore, mainland China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Macao, Australia, U.K., South Korea, etc.  More than 20 subsidiaries are listed in Asia.  Its Chinese name is Libao Group.

Sun Wah Group
http://www.sunwahgroup.com/

Macao-born Jonathan Choi started his seafood business in 1957 and extended the business to cover harvesting, processing, and sales, giving him the name Seafood King. The now-multinational group has expanded to China, Southeast Asian countries (Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Singapore), and even Western countries, and currently holds food, real estate, finance, IT, media, and infrastructure businesses in its core. Some of the group’s public-listed companies include Sunwah International (TSX:SWH) and Sun Wah Kingsway Capital (SEHK:188). The group is also the second largest stockholder of Vincapital, Vietnam’s largest investment firm.  The group is known in China as the Xinhua Group.