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Retailer Pepco to open stores in Hungary

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Retailer Pepco is expected to open stores in Hungary as they are offering open positions in Budapest, Tatabánya, Veszprém, Siófok, Eger, Miskolc, Debrecen and Nyíregyháza, Hungarian online daily index.hu reported today.

The chain is owned by South African Pepkor Investment Holding and has been operating in Europe, Africa and Australia since 1965. Currently the chain has approximately 3,000 stores in the aforementioned continents.

Pepco has been present in Poland since 2004 with more than 500 stores, and according to index.hu, the chain is a market leader in Poland. The chain has been expanding in the region since 2013.

The open positions in Hungary are being offered by Pepkor Hungary Kft., which was launched in July 2014 with capital of HUF 3 mln, index.hu said, citing public records. 

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