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Belgian Chains Aims to Hit Top 3 in Romania, Greece, Bulgaria

July 9, 2009: 03:51 AM EST
Delhaize is considering moving into the Bulgarian market, according to media reports. The Belgian supermarket chain currently operates in Romania and Greece, and reportedly aims to be among the top three chains in all three countries. It is already number two in Greece, oeprating through its Greek subsidiary, Alfa-Beta Vassilopoulo. A Delhaize subsidiary, Mega Image, recently purchased Romanian Prodas Supermarkets, taking its tally to 43 stores in Romania.
Rene Beekman, "Delhaize eyes Bulgarian market_07-10-09", Sofia Echo, July 09, 2009, © Sofia Echo Media Ltd.
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