THAILAND: Carrefour sells Thai assets to Casino's Big C

By just-food.com | 15 November 2010

Carrefour announced today (15 November) it has sold its Thai business to Casino subsidiary Big C for EUR868m (US$1.2bn).

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Carrefour announced today (15 November) it has sold its Thai business to Casino subsidiary Big C for EUR868m (US$1.2bn).

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