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[video] Mulder investigates the Jumbo Food market of the Maripaan Group

Mulder about his visit: ‘In this store customers can not only do their daily shopping, but also find inspiration for…

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Economy & Politics

Kenya: slight increase in net profit of KCB Group in the first quarter of 2021

AfricArena, in partnership with the DER / FJ (General Delegation for the Rapid Entrepreneurship of Women and Youth, Government of…

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Economy & Politics

Bram bought by a German group

The famous Luxembourg fashion brand will be sold to the Breuninger group. He thus got his hands on the store…

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Economy & Politics

Moroccan group Holmarcom takes control of Kenyan insurer Monarch Insurance

AfricArena, in partnership with the DER / FJ (General Delegation for the Rapid Entrepreneurship of Women and Youth, Government of…

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Economy & Politics

The Activa Group launches its life insurance activities in the DRC

AfricArena, in partnership with the DER / FJ (General Delegation for the Rapid Entrepreneurship of Women and Youth, Government of…

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AlzChem Group: numbers better than expected

At the AlzChem Group, the preliminary figures for sales and adjusted EBITDA are better than recently expected by the company.…

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Auto1 Group: IPO in the Prime Standard

The Auto1 Group is planning an IPO. Frankfurt is expected to be listed on the regulated market (Prime Standard) for…

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Louvre Hotels Group opens training hotel at Rungis (Paris)

As a partner of the Rungis Academy, Campanile Rungis-Orly offers the facilities for various F&B training courses. With this, the…

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Economy & Politics

FintechTech group Tencent is investing in insurance start-up Clark

Clark employs 270 people in Frankfurt.PR Tencent announced its ambitious goal a year ago: the Chinese company behind the Messenger…

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Witteveen (CEO Mirage Retail Group) criticizes one-sided focus lockdown

“It would be a Pyrrhic victory if the number of infections fell slightly, while the 800,000 people who work in…

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