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Leroy Merlin grows in France by seven per cent

French market leader Leroy Merlin increased sales in 2017 by around 7 per cent.

French market leader Leroy Merlin increased sales in 2017 by around 7 per cent.

In France, Leroy Merlin, market leader of the country's DIY trade, has closed 2017 with sales to the amount of EUR 6.64 bn. That was around 7 per cent more than the previous year. The number of locations has increased by one to 137. According to the company, the leroymerlin.fr website was visited 241 million times, as in the previous year.

| 9 February 2018


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