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Poland: new retail laws could give service stations more business

The Polish government has passed legislation to increase the number of statutory holidays for workers within the retail sector. However, while some have argued that this new law automatically spells bad news for supermarkets, it is likely that they will be able to partially counter any negative effects by selling consumer products through their service stations, which are exempt from the new law.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jul 2007
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Jeronimo Martins: strong growth ahead of Plus integration

Portugal's second largest retailer, Jeronimo Martins, has unveiled outstanding growth in both sales and profits for the first quarter of 2008. The group's turnover was boosted by a particularly buoyant performance from its Polish discount chain Biedronka. A strong start to the year puts the retailer in a good position ahead of the integration of the Plus chain.

Published By Datamonitor
01 May 2008
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Metro: Q3 performance better than expected

Metro's Q3 sales grew 7.1% to E47.8 billion, with domestic sales up 2.0% and international sales up 10.6%. On a positive note, the repositioning of Real in Germany has shown encouraging results. Yet while Metro's results are holding up, the secondary effects of the credit crunch are becoming visible and the future outlook appears rather bleak, especially for Metro's operations in Eastern Europe.

Published By Datamonitor
03 Nov 2008
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Jeronimo Martins: Plus provides additional revenue

Portuguese retailer Jeronimo Martins has reported strong sales and profit growth for the first half of 2009, boosted by last year's acquisition of Plus discount stores in Portugal and Poland. In spite of the economic downturn, the retailer is somewhat optimistic about the second half as sales at its supermarkets and discount stores remain resilient.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Jul 2009
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Metro Group and BP: Polish launch for loyalty card lends a competitive edge

European retail giant Metro Group has launched its multi-brand Payback loyalty card in Poland. The card will be accepted at Metro's hypermarket chain Real and BP service stations, as well as by other companies. The move is expected to be a success: the loyalty card is attractive to consumers and provides companies with additional insight not available from a single-brand loyalty scheme.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Oct 2009

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