DENMARK: Kvickly and Super Brugsen are draining FDB’s funds
The two FDB -owned retail chains Kvickly and Super Brugsen earned DKr104m less than budgeted in the first eight months of last year, despite an increase in the group's total turnover. After the first eight months of 2000, FDB (the Danish Cooperative Retail and Wholesale Society) expected that group full-year profits would be roughly unchanged at around DKr100m, from a turnover of almost DKr40bn.
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