SWITZERLAND: Migros announces sales rise
Swiss food retailer and manufacturer Migros has announced a rise in sales in 2004 to 20.303bn Swiss francs (US$16.9bn). Profit rose to 545m francs from 372m in 2003.
Migros described 2004 as one of its best years, despite difficult economic conditions and a largely saturated market.
Migros reduced the number of its supermarkets by two to 540 during the year.
The company said that it expected growth above average at 2% in 2005, with profits at least as high as in 2004.
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