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Consumer and Retail

KHC has faith in the global consumer. We believe demand for consumer goods will be robust in the decade to come – not only luxury amenities more immune to downturns, but more accessible products with broader market appeal. KHC invests in the best suppliers of both.

Another trend that gives us confidence in consumer goods is digital technology’s impact on global vertical supply chains. Competition is sharper, goods cheaper, and profits easier to attain. The consumer has access to unprecedented choice and ever-lower price points. KHC seeks out nimble consumer-facing companies with business models that take advantage of these technology-driven trends.

Saks Incorporated

KHC has faith in the global consumer. We believe demand for consumer goods will be robust in the decade to come – not only luxury amenities more immune to downturns, but more accessible products with broader market appeal. KHC invests …

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Jingdong

This acquisition is in line with Kingdom Holding’s diversified and unique investment strategy. Kingdom Holding Company has a significant interest in Jingdong. Jingdong Inc. is the largest B2C direct sales e-commerce company in China (source: iResearch). The Company has achieved …

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Fashion Village Trading Company

KHC is the sole owner of Fashion Village Trading Company, the exclusive licensee within Saudi Arabia of the Saks Fifth Avenue trade name. While searching for cornerstone tenants for KHC’s Al Mamlaka luxury shopping mall at the company’s landmark Kingdom …

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Savola

KHC has a significant shareholding in Savola Group, a fast-growing food conglomerate providing the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia with fast food, dairy, edible oils and sugar. KHC’s current interest in Savola is the result of a series …

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eBay

Kingdom Holding Company has a significant interest in eBay.  KHC acquired its stake in the leading online auction website eBay in a move which built upon the knowledge and success of earlier new media investments (Netscape and AOL). As early …

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