AUS: Metcash to split supermarket, c-store operations

By Dean Best | 9 December 2013

Australian wholesale grocer Metcash has decided to split the running of its supermarket operations from its convenience stores, reversing a move taken just last year to merge the two together.

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Australian wholesale grocer Metcash has decided to split the running of its supermarket operations from its convenience stores, reversing a move taken just last year to merge the two together.

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