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Private Equity | 20 December 2011

Everstone Capital To Invest $20Mn In JS Hospitality Services

by Irfan Khan
Everstone Capital To Invest $20Mn In JS Hospitality Services
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@EverstoneCapital is investing $20Mn in @JS_Hospitality for a 45% stake. The funds will be used for expanding it's network of quick service restaurants across the country.

JS Hospitality services operates about 30 Pind Balluchi restaurants, mostly in the National Capital Region, serving north Indian cuisine.

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