DPI submits bid for Solevo, OCP drops out after all

DPI submits bid for Solevo, OCP drops out after all

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The private equity firm Development Partners International (DPI), founded by Miles Morland and Runa Alam, respectively Chairman and CEO, has positioned itself to take over the former fertiliser and inputs entity of the Louis Dreyfus Company.

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