Decathlon Hungary projects revenue of HUF 34 bln in 2015
Sporting goods retailer Decathlonʼs sales in Hungary are projected to reach HUF 34 bln in 2015, up HUF 5.5 bln from 2014, the storesʼ operator, Tízpróba Magyarország, told Hungarian news agency MTI today.
Decathlonʼs sales in Hungary rose 17% in January-October as compared to a year earlier.
Tízpróba Magyarország employs 1,000 workers and had revenue of HUF 28.5 bln in 2014. Pre-tax profit came to HUF 680 mln.
Decathlon said it will open its 17th store in Szolnok, eastern Hungary, on Saturday and plans to open additional, smaller units in Budapest and other cities across Hungary.
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