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Migros specialist store division grows by one per cent

Last year the Swiss Migros group of CHF 23.730 bn in the retail trade.

Last year the Swiss Migros group of CHF 23.730 bn in the retail trade.

Last year the Swiss Migros group increased sales by 1.0 per cent on a like-for-like basis in its specialist stores division, to which the DIY store sales channel Do it + Garden as well as the Obi stores in Switzerland also belong. With the inclusion of the newly added furniture chain Interio, this was an increase of 9.6 per cent to CHF 1.774 bn. Overall in the retail trade, Migros made sales last year of CHF 23.730 bn, which correspond to a growth of 1.9 per cent.

|30 January 2019


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