BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT, France--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News:
Carrefour (Paris:CA) has taken note of the communication from the Competition Authority today regarding its ongoing investigation as part of the recent purchasing alliance signed with Système U on June 8 2018 and the long-term strategic alliance that is currently being formalized with Tesco.
Carrefour has transmitted to the Competition Authority the necessary information for the proper assessment of its purchasing alliances. The Group is collaborating with the Competition Authority and remains at the entire disposal of its teams for any request for additional information.
These partnerships are built in accordance with the rules of the competition law and aim to strengthen relationships with suppliers by opening up new opportunities for them.
About Carrefour Group
With a multiformat network of 12,300 stores in over 30 countries, Carrefour Group is one of the world's leading food retailers. Carrefour serves 105 million customers worldwide and posted sales of 88.24 billion euros in 2017. The Group has more than 380,000 employees who contribute to making Carrefour the world leader in the food transition for all, offering quality food every day, accessible everywhere and at a reasonable price.
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