CHILE: Ahold's Santa Isabel prepares to sell Paraguayan, Peruvian assets
Chilean supermarket chain Santa Isabel, which is controlled by troubled Dutch retailer Ahold, is preparing to sell its assets in Paraguay and Peru. The company has hired Price Waterhouse and Ernst & Young to assess the value of the subsidiaries, reported Reuters. "It's true that in Paraguay and Peru they are assessing the value of the assets. There are no interested buyers yet or anything more specific than that," a company spokeswoman told Reuters.
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