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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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Carrefour has certain strengths, but so does Sultan Center.
For years, French consumer groups have accused Carrefour and other retailers of using inaccurate advertising about low prices.
In addition to Sofia, Carrefour is also eyeing for expansion Plovdiv, Varna, Burgas and Stara Zagora, among other locations.
Carrefour has been the chain that most increased sales during the past year, rising to US$559.
With this continued strengthening of our relationship with Carrefour France, we now see more and more interest from Carrefour organisations around the world wishing to better understand what Pricer ESL system can offer.
Outside Europe, Carrefour operates in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia and in Asian countries including China and Malaysia.
Western Union is the first financial services provider to work with Carrefour in Argentina, a company with a presence in 22 of the 24 provinces throughout the country - complementing Western Union's in-country network.
The first ever Carrefour opened in Taiwan in 1989 on the intersection between Jianguo Road and TaShun Road in Kaohsiung.
In addition, Carrefour uses Gemalto's SDK (Software Development Kit) for the development of its secure mobile app.
The sources say that Carrefour is planning to open three hypermarkets in the country.
Retailer Carrefour Romania will open 20 stores under the Carrefour Express retail brand after reaching franchise agreements with Rost Com and Traditional Ecologic, two store networks in Brasov and Bucharest-Ilfov, respectively.
Carrefour, the world's second largest retailer, yesterday opened its latest Carrefour Market outlet in Qatar at the Ezdan Mall in Gharrafa.