NETHERLANDS: Laurus sales decline slows
Dutch retailer Laurus today (4 July) reported that the decline in comparable sales for the first half of the year had narrowed in comparison with the decline reported in H1 last year. The company said that its Super de Boer format, which it decided to focus on with the planned disposal of its Edah and Konmar supermarket chains, has shown noteworthy improvement.
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