Nestlé is to invest CHF100 million (US$103m) in its Chinese operations, expanding production of pet food to capitalise on soaring pet ownership in the world’s second largest economy. The Swiss producer of canned pet food under the Purina brand said it planned to expand capacity at its factory complex in Tianjin, east of the capital…

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