|Founded||October 4, 1972|
The Salim Group is Indonesia's biggest conglomerate with assets including Indofood Sukses Makmur, the world's largest instant noodle producer, and Bogasari, a large flour-milling operation. The group was founded in October 1972 by Sudono Salim (Liem Sioe Liong 林紹良, 1916–2012) and his junior partner Sutanto Djuhar (Lin Wenjing). The current leader of the group is Anthoni Salim, a son of Sudono.
The Salim Group also owns major oil palm plantations (about 1,000 km²) and logging concessions. Salim Group has been involved in property development and the leisure industry for around 30 years. Its businesses include hotel and resort development, golf courses, and commercial real estate.
In 2019, the group cooperated with The Pokémon Company to release an official Indonesian Pokémon Trading Card Game with first booster and trial deck called "Matahari dan Bulan : Hantaman Pertama" (English : Sun and Moon : First Hit).
Projects in West Bengal [ edit ]
The Salim Group is involved in a number of projects in West Bengal, an eastern state of India. It is involved in the construction of Kolkata West International City. Salim and Universal Success are investors in the project, Ciputra is the developer, and Singapore-based Surbana is the project manager.
Companies [ edit ]
Former companies [ edit ]
- Yayasan Anugerah Musik Indonesia (now owned by MNC Group)
- PT Indosiar Karya Media Tbk (sold to Emtek)
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
- Business Times & Asian Wall Street Journal (June 1998)
"Kolkata West International". Archived from the original on 15 March 2007. Retrieved 6 September 2007.
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- "New trading card game comes to town, Pokémon is here to catch". Jakarta, Indonesia: The Jakarta Post. 18 August 2019. Retrieved 31 August 2019.
- Saha, Subhro (14 April 2006). "West wake-up". A sprawling satellite township that promises a slew of facilities and can house 36,000 people may change the face of Howrah. Calcutta, India: The Telegraph. Retrieved 26 March 2007.
"Salim SEZs, 6 others given green signal". Calcutta, India: The Telegraph, 7 October 2006. 7 October 2006. Retrieved 6 September 2007.
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