CHILE: Ahold's Santa Isabel posts deeper 2002 loss
Chilean supermarket chain Santa Isabel, which is controlled by troubled Dutch retailer Royal Ahold, has posted a loss for 2002 that was 168% greater than its loss in the previous year. Santa Isabel, which did not provide an explanation for the losses, posted a 2002 consolidated net loss of 34.0bn pesos (US$46.6m), compared with a loss of 12.7bn pesos in 2001, reported Reuters.
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