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CBA eyes Louis Delhaize stores in Hungary - paper

Retail

Hungarian-owned supermarket chain CBA would be interested in buying the Louis Delhaize group’s stores in Hungary if the Belgian company were to offer them for sale, daily Magyar Nemzet said on Tuesday.

CBA communications director Attila Fodor told the paper CBA would seriously consider buying the Louis Delhaize group’s Profi, Cora and Match stores in Hungary if they were offered. The transaction would boost the share of Hungarian-owned supermarkets, which is low by Western European standards, he added.

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