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Washington H Sl Pttnsn nd Cmpny Ltd (ASX:SOL)

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Washington H Soul Pattinson & Co. Ltd (ASX: SOL) is an investment house business which has been on the ASX for over a century. Its origins are in owning and operating Australian pharmacies, which is where the Soul Pattinson chemist chain comes from, however, that business is now owned by Australian Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (ASX: API), which WHSP owns 19.3% of. WHSP invests in a large number of companies across a variety of industries such as construction, resources and telecommunications.

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