FRANCE: Carrefour CEO insists hypermarket format "not dead"
By Michelle Russell | 8 October 2013
The CEO of Europe's largest retailer, Carrefour, has insisted the hypermarket format is "not dead", despite his conviction that "clicks and mortar are the future."
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