Minor Players Find their Niche in Latin American Retail
The number of small supermarket chains is declining in Latin America, yet the size of the average chain is steadily rising. A core of family run businesses is faring well in the face of growing competition and they have put together the ingredients for long-term survival. Two small chains in Argentina, Aiello and Atamo Supermercados, stand out as companies determined to remain independent in spite of attractive buyout offers. Steve Lewis reports
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