RUSSIA: Pyatyorochka founder Vysotsky exits X5

By Katy Askew | 6 March 2012

X5 Retail's discount format director Oleg Vysotsky is leaving the supermarket group, the company has confirmed.

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X5 Retail's discount format director Oleg Vysotsky is leaving the supermarket group, the company has confirmed.

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