Calata Corp.

    Website: http://www.calatacorp.com/

    Calata Corporation is one of the biggest agricultural conglomerates in the Philippines. Upon its IPO, its market capitalization was estimated to be over P2.7 billion. The company prides itself as the largest retailer and distributor of top agrochemical brands, feeds, fertilizers, veterinary medicines and seeds throughout the country. Recently, Calata Corp teamed up with American firms Sino-America Gaming Investment Group LLC (Sino-America) and Macau Resources Group Ltd. (MRG) to create a real estate and investment trust (REIT) for a proposed P65-billion integrated resort in Mactan, Cebu.

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