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Thailand's richest man resigns as chairman of CP's core business

Dhanin takes major step in family-owned group's succession plan

Dhanin Chearavanont, CP group's senior chairman, speaks to Nikkei in a 2016 interview. (Photo by Tomohide Yamaguchi)

BANGKOK -- Thai family-owned conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Group has taken an abrupt step toward leadership succession as its senior chairman resigned from its core unit without naming a successor.

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