NETHERLANDS: Albert Heijn seeks to delay payments to Unilever, other suppliers
Albert Heijn, the Dutch supermarket chain of troubled Dutch retailer Ahold, is in talks with supplier Unilever in an attempt to reach an agreement regarding a delay of payments. A spokesman for Albert Heijn said the chain was already in talks with suppliers about the delay, while Unilever said it had not been notified about a delay of payments that it became aware of last week.
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