Exclusive: Turkish owner of Godiva chocolate exploring sale of Japanese business – sources

LONDON (Reuters) – Yildiz Holding, the Turkish owner of Godiva chocolate, is exploring a sale of the high-end chain’s Japanese business in a deal that could fetch around $1.5 billion, according to two …
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