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Out-of-home branch (partially) gets back on its feet

Out-of-home branch (partially) gets back on its feet

The Dutch out-of-home sector seems has suffered a turnover decrease of 'only' 0.6 % in February. That achievement is a lot better than the - 3.5 % of last year, so the end of its misery seems nigh. Petrol, catering and fastservice are the markets that still suffer quite badly.

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