GERMANY/PORTUGAL: Tengelmann to complain to EU over Portuguese licences
German retailer Tengelmann is to complain to the European Union about a freeze in supermarket licences in Portugal. Tengelmann, which operates the Plus supermarket chain in Portugal, said the suspension of a decree regarding supermarket licensing has impeded the company's plans to invest €300m (US$351.1m) up to 2007 in its Portuguese operations.
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