Don Quijote launches Lidl-style chain to attack convenience stores

Dec 14

Don Quijote, the country’s largest discount chain, is launching a new format designed to take on convenience stores and mini-supermarkets. Using know-how gleaned from its acquisition of Nagasakiya, it is confident it has solved the problem of food distribution, but will also sell apparel, toys and electronics too. The idea looks like a small version […]

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