Cracks in the Armor

Brown, Greg
November 2000
Latin Trade (English);Nov2000, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p28
Discusses the growth of food retailers in Chile despite the dominance of hypermarkets. Why consumers prefer to buy in retail stores; Operating margins of hypermarkets; Prices of products in hypermarkets.


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