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Philippine Seven Corporation
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BUSINESS PROFILE


Philippine Seven Corporation (SEVN) was incorporated on November 23, 1982 and acquired from Seven Eleven, Inc. (formerly Southland Corporation) of Dallas, Texas the license to operate 7-Eleven stores in the Philippines on December 13, 1982. SEVN opened its first store in 1984 at the corner of Kamias Road and EDSA Quezon City, Metro Manila. In July 1988, SEVN transferred its Philippine area license to operate 7-Eleven stores to its affiliate, Phil-Seven Properties Corporation (PSPC), together with some of its store properties, in exchange for shares of stock of PSPC. In May 1996, the stockholders of both SEVN and PSPC approved the merger of the two companies, with the Securities and Exchange Commission subsequently approving of the merger in October that same year. PSPC was then absorbed by SEVN as the surviving entity.


At year end, the company is operating 551 stores, 211 of which are franchise stores, 130 stores are operated under a service agreement, and the remaining 210 are company-owned stores.


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Posted on November 23, 2011 09:48:21 PM

Firm hikes capital stock


PHILIPPINE Seven Corp., the operating firm of convenience store chain 7-Eleven, has announced plans to hike its authorized capital stock by as much as 50% to cover future stock dividends, a ranking official said yesterday.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...k&id=42133
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Posted on December 14, 2011 10:20:41 PM

7-Eleven to post weaker performance


THE LOCAL franchise holder of the 7-Eleven convenience store chain expects to end the year with slower profit growth due to a dip in sales, ranking officials said.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...e&id=43305
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Weekend curiosity ito. From just 20 php last january, it closed at 45 php just this Friday. Parang nung patahimik na umakyat si UBP dati. Very interesting.
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Watch this carefully. Someone is still accumulating. I don't know why, I just like the fact that some people care about this stock.
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60 na agad boss RM
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(03-27-2012, 03:11 PM)3SDGL Wrote: 60 na agad boss RM

Oo nga eh. Hindi ko pa rin alam ang kwento dito. Parang UBP talaga eh, silent buy deadly rise. Albeit UBP na illiquid. Pero bumibili mga blue chip buyer.
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Posted on April 08, 2012 09:17:38 PM

Local 7-Eleven license holder posts slower income growth

THE ABSENCE of a spending boost provided by the 2010 national elections slowed down the sales growth of Philippine Seven Corp. last year, an annual report released last week showed.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...h&id=49574
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Parang may kakaiba dito, prinoprotektahan ang 40 ni Deutsche. Ilang beses na rin siya nag cross sale dito. I wonder what's up hm...
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#10
malaki daw kita ng 7-11 dahil sa magnum haha! totoong foreign ung clsa dito hindi japoreyn. Big Grin
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