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An obsolete term for a neurological structure with crossings or decussations; e.g., crus, decussation.
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and Carrefour SA, two of the world's largest merchants, also said that month they would form a global Internet exchange to match retailers with suppliers.
French retailer Carrefour SA and software giant Oracle have formed what they are calling "the world's first global business-to-business online exchange serving the retail industry.
NEW YORK -- Deutsche Bank today announced its appointment as depositary bank for the sponsored Level I American Depositary Receipt (ADR) program of Carrefour SA (Carrefour).
Japan), which sells hamburgers at half price on weekdays, and the French supermarket chain operator Carrefour SA, which entered the market with its first outlet in Japan last December.
Royal Ahold NV and nine other leading retailers with $300 billion in sales agreed to create an online exchange to link with suppliers, rivaling an alliance led by France's Carrefour SA.
The continued strengthening of the GNX Negotiations tool and services enables our buyers and suppliers in Asia, Europe and Latin America to routinely enter into online negotiation in their native language and with a high level of reliability," said Jeremy Hollows, director of business-to-business at Carrefour SA.
Carrefour SA, France's top retailer, won approval from the European Union (EU) for its planned $17-billion takeover of rival (also France-based) Promodes SA.
Major French supermarket chain operator Carrefour SA will open its first Japanese store in December 2000 in Makuhari, Chiba Prefecture, its Japanese subsidiary said Monday.
Company analysis includes a history of Wal-Mart, a business segment analysis of the three segments Wal-Mart operates through, a look at the organization structure of the company, an analysis of the three major competitors namely Carrefour SA, Costco Wholesale, and Target Corporation.
1 million in a private placement primarily with institutional investors, became listed on the Nasdaq SmallCap Market, established a multi-year professional services relationship with Paris, France-based Carrefour SA, the second largest retailer in the world, and launched the largest e-marketplace for the global home improvement industry, including retail-specific tools for merchandise sourcing.
Carrefour SA is focusing on strengthening its position in key markets and establishing close relationship with customers.
Powered by Oracle(R) Exchange, Oracle's online e-business marketplace, GNX's participating retailers include: Carrefour SA, the largest retailer in Europe and Latin America and the first international retailer in Asia; Kroger Co.