Shares of Charoen Pokphand Indonesia (CPIN), the largest integrated poultry player, retreated 0.8% to Rp6,200 on Wednesday (Aug 5), but CPIN has gained significantly by 63.2% from its recent bottom. Unlike peers, Charoen reported only 4.3% decline in net profit to Rp1.65 trillion in the first half of 2020 despite 6.7% decline in sales revenues. To subscribe please click here