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CEE: The Locals Go Rural

Local domestic operators are stepping out of the shadows of multinational retail behemoths, gaining market share faster than their ‘big brothers’.
Topics: Maxima Eurocash X5 Retail Group Profi Dino

Discounters: More to Gain in Western Europe

By 2021, the sales area operated by discounters will exceed that of all hypermarkets across Europe for the first time. LZ Retailytics shows: there is no stopping for discounters in sight.
Topics: Edeka Schwarz Group Jerónimo Martins Aldi X5 Retail Group

Russia: Local Discounters Challenge X5 and Magnit

Local Russian discounters are strongly anchored in their home turf in Siberia. National leaders X5 and Magnit, with standard commercial concepts and increasing logistics costs face major challenges as they expand in the region.
Topics: Magnit Okey Maria Ra X5 Retail Group Torgservis

Europe 2017: Retail Consolidation Speeds Up

The 2017 European grocery retail ranking reveals that the market is consolidating fast. Traditional retailers are caught between price-focused discounters and the high service standards set by online players.
Topics: Amazon Schwarz Group Aldi X5 Retail Group

Local Heroes Rise in CEE

Central and Eastern European grocery retailers are growing twice as fast as their European peers. Where previously the discounters were chipping away at the large-area multinationals, now the local heroes are rising to meet evolving consumer needs.
Topics: Lenta ATB X5 Retail Group

X5 Opens Dark Stores

X5 Retail Group plans to open two dark stores in Moscow and St.Petersburg by the end of 2018 in support of its Perekrestok online grocery operations.
Topics: X5 Retail Group

X5 Retail Group and Mail.ru Team up

Russian grocery market leader X5 and Mail.ru Group, one of the largest investors in the Eastern European online sector, will cooperate in the field of targeted online advertising. The partnership aims to measure the impact of targeted online advertising on offline sales.
Topics: X5 Retail Group

Dixy Group Prepares for Delisting

Dixy Group announced that it will file an application to delist the company’s shares from the Moscow Stock Exchange. In an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting 80.5% of votes were cast in favour of buying back all company shares.
Topics: Magnit X5 Retail Group Dixy Group

X5 Takes Market Lead in Food Safety

Russian X5 Retail Group is testing an innovative food safety system in cooperation with dairy producer 'Galaktika' in the St.Petersburg area. The scheme allows shoppers to determine the authenticity of dairy products sold in one of the retailer's selling points.
Topics: X5 Retail Group

X5 puts up Perekrestok Express for sale

X5 Retail Group will sell all of its Moscow-based convenience stores under the Perekrestok Express banner. Following the announcement of double-digit like-for-like revenue losses for the second year in a row, the retailer has decided to divest its fourth banner, which currently accounts for less than 1% of group turnover.
Topics: X5 Retail Group