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Klauzál tér indoor market reopens after Spar renovation

Industrial

press release

The Klauzál tér indoor market is open for business again. Dutch multinational retail chain Spar opened a renovated unit in the market hall of Klauzál tér, Budapest, equipped with up to date facilities and technology, an announcement issued today reveals.

The Hungarian unit of Spar opened the supermarket in 2003 for the first time in the market hall. The renovation of the supermarket followed the renovation of the whole market hall in the past few months.

The project of the renovation of the 702 sqm unit cost Spar HUF 430 mln, and will have a headcount of 31.

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