CANADA: Couche-Tard buys 30-store chain Tabatout
Canadian convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard has acquired Tabatout, a Quebec network of 30 stores in shopping centres and office buildings. Couche-Tard, which operates 2,266 stores across Canada and in the US Midwest, is reported to be paying C$2.5m (US$1.6m) for Tabatout. Tabatout has annual sales of around C$15m, reported the National Post.
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