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An obsolete term for a neurological structure with crossings or decussations; e.g., crus, decussation.
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Buyer: Carrefour SA, Unnamed institutional investors
PARIS -- Noel Prioux has been named executive director for France at Carrefour SA.
Country: France, Italy, SpainSector: Construction/Real Estate, Wholesale/RetailTarget: Shopping malls portfolioBuyer: Carrefour SA Vendor: Klepierre SA Type: DivestmentFinancing: DebtStatus: TalksComment: Deal value speculated at USD2.
7 November 2013 - French retail giant Carrefour SA (EPA:CA) is in advanced negotiations to acquire over 100 shopping malls from domestic real estate firm Klepierre SA (EPA:LI) in a EUR1.
LONDON -- Alliance Boots PLC has reached a deal to produce private label beauty products for Carrefour SA.
Since its founding in February, 2000, GNX has completed more than 70 transactions totaling $150 million in purchase volume for its partners Carrefour SA, Sears, J Sainsbury Plc, Kroger Company, Metro AG, Coles Myer and Pinault-Printemps-Redoute SA.
7 November 2013 a[euro]" French retail giant Carrefour SA (EPA:CA) is in advanced negotiations to acquire over 100 shopping malls from domestic real estate firm Klepierre SA (EPA:LI) in a EUR1.
29 August 2013 - French retailer Carrefour SA (EPA:CA) has no plans for now to sell further operations, its CEO Georges Plassat said on Thursday as cited by Reuters.
The world's second-largest retailer, Carrefour SA, is forecast to achieve sales of 122.
Built to dramatically change the way retailers, global industry suppliers and trading partners work together, GNX will work with Cyclone Commerce to enable broader connectivity of retail supply chains, from the smallest vendors to the GNX retailer members, including Carrefour SA, Kroger Co.
25 June 2013 - French retailer Carrefour SA (EPA:CA) is mulling over divesting its operations in China and Taiwan, in line with its strategy to withdraw from non-strategic markets and focus on its home market, the Wall Street Journal reported, quoting knowledgeable sources.
PARIS -- French retailer Carrefour SA last month reported a 5.