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In an interview with French daily Les Echos on Friday, Carrefour SA CEO Georges Plassat said the chain "isn't currently planning to carry out further disinvestments from international markets.
Candover acquired it from French retailer Carrefour SA in 2001.
The move comes as Aeon's contract with French retail giant Carrefour SA to use the Carrefour name for the six outlets expires Tuesday.
DIA is a subsidiary of French retailer Carrefour SA (EPA:CA) and runs a total of 44 warehouses worldwide employing more than 50,000.
Summary: <p>Tehran's shoppers are packing the wide, well-lit aisles of the Iranian capital's first Western-style hypermarket, more than two years after France's Carrefour SA unveiled plans for a mammoth retail emporium here.
Similarly bad news comes out of Carrefour SA, Europe's biggest retailer, who said that profits dropped 1.
and Carrefour SA, has complained that the fee at issue raises costs by 13.
The book chains, which run over 100 outlets, refused to sell the new book to walk-in customers in protest at the discounts offered in the country by retailers such as Tesco PLC and France's Carrefour SA, which were reportedly selling the new book at a discount of USD11.
If it is approved by Chinese regulators, the transaction would vault Wal-Mart past its archrival, Carrefour SA of France, in number of hypermarkets in China, according to the report.
Carrefour SA, Europe's biggest retailer, sells Disney pizzas and miniburgers shaped like Mickey Mouse's ears in its French stores.
Carrefour SA recalled beef from 29 stores and as a result several meat traders have been charged with intentionally selling BSE-infected cattle to a slaughterhouse.
Euromonitor International's Carrefour SA in Retailing (World) company profile offers detailed strategic analysis of the company's business, examining its performance in the Retailing industry.
Summary: The proposed bond issue by Majid Al Futtaim Holding, or MAF Holding, in the wake of its acquisition of 25 per cent stake in Carrefour SA has been assigned BB+ rating by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services.
Examples being: $28bn Vivendi (VIV FP) down -47% over the above 5 year period; $62bn Telefonica SA (TEF SQ)-53%; $27bn RWE (RWE GY)-68%, $48bn Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE GY)-45%; $19bn Carrefour SA (CA FP)-54%, $26bn France Telecom SA (FTE FP)-70%; $114bn Total SA (FP FP)-32%; $27bn Vinci SA (DG FP)-36%; to name a few.
Carrefour SA opened its first Sofia store at The Mall, the country's then largest shopping center, in April 2010, five years after abandoning the Czech Republic and Slovakia.