[Reuters] news billion state power in January 7th, Carrefour announced that it has completed the Rue Du Commerce on the French electricity supplier wholly-owned acquisitions.

in August last year, Carrefour announced the deal, approved by the European Commission in November. More recently, it has confirmed that the Rue Du Cogedim has been fully purchased from the hands of Altarea Commerce.



billion state power network learned Rue Du Commerce the main sales of electronic products and home appliances, one of France’s biggest retail electricity providers, there are nearly 5 million visitors per month. Carrefour is the second largest retailer in the world, with a total of 12000 stores in the world, with revenues of $100 billion 500 million in 2014, with a total of $35.

Carrefour said in the announcement, which is a new measure to improve the whole channel sales in France, in order to further strengthen the online and offline position. It also said that Rue Du Commerce is a leader in non food electricity supplier, its brand effect, consumer base, market vitality and marketing capabilities are added to Carrefour,

last December, Carrefour also announced that it would buy German retailer Billa business in Romania. If the Billa gets fire permits, the price will be 100 million euros; if no fire permits, the price will be reduced to $75 million. Billa currently has a total of 86 supermarkets in Romania, which is common with the retail store Penny belongs to the German Rewe group.

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billion state power network understanding, Carrefour is the top three retail giants in Romania. 2001, Carrefour opened in Romania, the first large supermarket (hypermarket), and now there are already 29 large supermarkets and (supermarket), in 2014 sales of more than 1 billion euros.

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