Wywy Group of Companies

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The Wywy Group of Companies is a Singapore conglomerate founded by billionaire Wong Yip Yan in 1976.[1][2][3][4][5][6] According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the Wywy Group was one of Asia’s largest non-real estate conglomerates.[1] The Wywy group controls 76 companies, with annual sales of over $900 million. Main business lines for the Wywy Group are consumer electronics, entertainment centers, and America-style restaurants. The Group was headquartered in the Wywy Industrial building on 12 Hoy Fatt Road in Singapore’s Redhill district.[1]

Wong Yip Yan owns 100% of the shares of the Wywy Group.[1]

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