Tesco


H1 results: gaining strength with time; CEO to leave next summer

06/10/19 -"The H1 performance was better than our expectations – top-line was soft but operating profit outperformed. Management has announced an overhaul of the Polish operations (after scaling down the ..."

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06/10/19
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