GREECE: Fastfood chain Grigoris Micromeals posts 50% rise in H1 sales
Greek fastfood chain Grigoris Micromeals has posted a 50% rise in turnover in the first half of 2001 compared with the same period last year. Much of the improvement is attributed to new restaurants in the network, which expanded to 120 outlets during the period under review. The new restaurant at Athen's Spata airport made a key contribution to the strong set of results, the company said.
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