SPAIN: Plus Supermercados aims to control 220 outlets at year-end
Spanish supermarket company Plus Supermercados has recently revealed that it aims to control a total of 220 outlets by the end of this year. At the end of last year, the company controlled 190 outlets. Earlier today [Thursday], Plus Supermercados opened an outlet in Morazarzal in the province of Madrid. It plans to open a further two supermarkets in Javea, in the eastern province of Alicante, and in Villamartin, in the southern province of Cadiz, in a week's time.
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