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“The irony [of coming to Hong Kong] isn’t lost on us. But we’re a global company with a global footprint and we’d like to have global investors”

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Jarrod Ritchie

Jarrod Ritchie, founder and CEO of TPI Enterprises, talks to the Financial Times about meeting fund managers in Hong Kong. His firm produces opiates from poppies – such as morphine – for the painkiller industry. The irony he refers to is that the Chinese ceded Hong Kong Island to the British after the Opium Wars (Hong Kong reverted to China in 1997).


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