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This week in Benelux retail: Best holiday season ever for Belgian web shops

This week in Benelux retail: Best holiday season ever for Belgian web shops

Our summary of what happened in Benelux retail starts with 'confusing' Dutch occupancy statistics and a record ending to 2016 for Belgian webshops. And much more...

Major Benelux news

 

Takeovers

  • Carrefour acquires nine Tecno stores in North-Eastern Belgium (10 Jan) NL/FR
  • McArthurGlen acquires Dutch outlet centre Rosada (11 Jan) NL
  • Refina buys West-Flemish cheese specialist Triporteur (11 Jan) NL

 

Changes at the top

  • Roland van den Berg new director e-commerce at AS Watson (10 Jan) NL
  • Jan Willem Siebrand replaces Onno De Groot as director for Emté (9 Jan) NL

 

And also

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