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hypermarket

Brit a huge self-service store, usually built on the outskirts of a town
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While Lulu Hypermarkets from across the region were nominated for the award, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain won the Best Retailer of the Year award.
Further, high-income families are residing just 3 km from our hypermarket in the Green Community.
During Razak's visit to UAE last year, he had personally visited Lulu Hypermarket in Abu Dhabi and had shown much appreciation for store quality, product range and especially the various Malaysian products being sold there.
Please be informed that today the Company opened a new hypermarket and a "Magnit Family" store.
He said that there is strong demand for retail outlets in Ajman's Hamidiya area where Kenz Hypermarket is located.
The fact that we are going to Indonesia with our Halal Hypermarket concept, is giving us the encouragement to look for a wider market segment there," said Mr Yusuffali.
He visited LuLu Hypermarket along with a high-level delegation at Khalidiyah Mall in Abu Dhabi.
Yusuff Ali MA, Managing Director of Lulu Group has announced that the Middle East retail major is planning to open eight more hypermarkets in Saudi Arabia in 24 months as well as SR800 million (Dh783.
2] hypermarket will not only bring competition and lower prices, but also new standards in food quality, hygiene and logistics.
Early in the 2000s, the government began to publicly associate hypermarket growth with taking business away from the small retailers.
We are particularly delighted that LuLu Hypermarket, Bahrain, has won the MERA Best Retailer of the Year award for its performance as top IT retail channel," remarked LuLu Hypermarket regional director Juzer Rupawala.
This report quantitatively examines the components of change in the market by looking at historic and future growth patterns including how changes in consumers' behaviour have affected the retail sector for different product categories through Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Hard-Discounters.