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The Lion Group

Not to be confused with Lion (company) of Japan

Lion Group Malaysia is headed by chairman and chief executive officer Tan Sri William Cheng. Cheng's grandfather founded Lion as a small trading company in Singapore after leaving China in the 1920s. It became Malaysia's biggest steel manufacturer after winning a license from the government in 1978. One of the group's biggest investments is Suzuki Assemblers Malaysia Sdn Bhd which manufactures Suzuki motorcycles for the Malaysian market. Between 1997 and 1999 they were also involved in a joint venture with the Nanjing Group, producing the SEAT Ibiza-based Nanjing Yuejin Soyat for the Chinese market.[1]

Lion Group's key assets in Malaysia are two steel mills with a capacity of 3 million tons a year, a forest concession in Sabah that is four times the size of Singapore, and the Silverstone tyre making business. Lion also has 26 Parkson department stores in Malaysia, 13 stores in China, and nine breweries in China.

Listed companies in Malaysia

  • Lion Corporation Berhad (Template:Myx)
  • Lion Diversified Holdings Berhad (Template:Myx)
  • Lion Forest Industries Berhad (Template:Myx)
  • Lion Industries Corporation Berhad (Template:Myx)
  • Parkson Holdings Berhad (formerly known as Amalgamated Containers Berhad) (Template:Myx)
  • Amsteel Corporation Berhad (public, unlisted)
  • Silverstone Corporation Berhad (public, unlisted)
  • New Asia Entertainment Group Berhad (public, unlisted)

References

External links =

  • Official company website
  • Silverstone Brazil


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