ASIA: Carrefour "shortens bidder list"

By just-food.com | 10 September 2010

Carrefour has reportedly dropped Tesco and Aeon from the bidding for its businesses in three south-east Asian markets.

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Carrefour has reportedly dropped Tesco and Aeon from the bidding for its businesses in three south-east Asian markets.

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