FRANCE: Carrefour issues FY profit warning after H1 loss
By Petah Marian | 31 August 2011
Carrefour has swung to a first-half loss and cut its forecast for annual profits after half-year earnings were hit by a poor domestic performance and a number of one-off items.
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