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Eu Yan Sang wants to keep going for another 100 years

To do that, the group plans to begin a three-year transformation

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Mr Eu said he is open to the possibility that Eu Yan Sang may be managed by someone outside the Eu family in as little as two years' time.

Singapore

RECENTLY delisted traditional Chinese medicine seller Eu Yan Sang plans to start a roughly three-year transformation that it hopes will set it up to last 100 years, group chief executive officer Richard Eu said, adding that he was open to the possibility that the homegrown...

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