Croatia's Plodine opens 3 retails centers, worth EUR 20mn.

By bne IntelliNews July 15, 2011
Croatian retail chain Plodine will open three supermarkets on July 15, 2011 under a EUR 20mn investments, daily Banka Magazine reported. The stores, whose combined retail space stands at 10,000 square meters, will be Zapresic, Dugo Selo and Medulin. The company, which had already inaugurated another three stores this year, plans to launch a further five outlets by the end of the year, raising their total number to 68. Plodine's 2010 net profit declined by 15% y/y to HRK 32.2mn in 2010.

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