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carrefour

1. An open place from which a number of streets or avenues radiate.
2. By extension, any crossroad or junction.
3. A public square or plaza.
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In an interview with French daily Les Echos on Friday, Carrefour SA CEO Georges Plassat said the chain "isn't currently planning to carry out further disinvestments from international markets.
Royal Ahold NV and nine other leading retailers with $300 billion in sales agreed to create an online exchange to link with suppliers, rivaling an alliance led by France's Carrefour SA.
French food retailer Carrefour SA announced on August 30 a friendly Euro 15.
Euromonitor International's Carrefour SA in Retailing (World) company profile offers detailed strategic analysis of the company's business, examining its performance in the Retailing industry.
8 July 2014 - French retail group Carrefour SA (EPA:CA) is in advanced negotiations with a suitor willing to buy its Indian assets as part of plans to exit the country and focus on operations in its home market, Reuters reports today, citing a source in the know.
1 July 2014 - French retail group Carrefour SA (EPA:CA) said it had agreed to buy 53 Billa supermarkets from German retailing major REWE Group, without providing financial details.
Sharma said other global firms, including Britain's Tesco PLC, have also filed applications to establish sourcing bases in India and the government had received "a letter" from French retailer Carrefour SA.
4 March 2011 - S&P on Thursday placed on "negative" watch its A- long-term counterparty credit rating on French consumer lender Carrefour Banque after a downgrade on its 60% owner, French food retailer Carrefour SA (EPA:CA).
Several large Brazilian banks are looking to acquire a 49 percent stake in the local financing arm of France's Carrefour SA (CA.
After the deal other shareholders will include Carrefour SA holding 39% Carrefour Netherlands BV 9.
Carrefour SA, France's top retailer, won approval from the European Union (EU) for its planned $17-billion takeover of rival (also France-based) Promodes SA.
Major French supermarket chain operator Carrefour SA will open its first Japanese store in December 2000 in Makuhari, Chiba Prefecture, its Japanese subsidiary said Monday.