Carrefour


Solid closure to FY20; management walks the talk

19/02/21 -"Carrefour’s Q4 performance was slightly ahead of ours and market estimates. Strong lfl growth across the key operating geographies and aggressive cost savings resulted in a 16.4% improvement in the ..."

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54
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English
Published on
19/02/21
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