SLOVENIA: Retailer Mercator to focus on FMCG, c-stores in revamp

By Dean Best | 6 February 2013

Balkans retailer Mercator has said it will focus more on the FMCG sector and on convenience stores as it reappraises its business following a challenging 2012.

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Balkans retailer Mercator has said it will focus more on the FMCG sector and on convenience stores as it reappraises its business following a challenging 2012.

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