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  • Carrefour's luxury Qatar flagship
  • Carrefour's luxury Qatar flagship
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Carrefour's luxury Qatar flagship

French multinational hypermarket Carrefour is well-known for its good value for money and a broad range of products, but for the next market it plans to break into – Qatar – the retailer is intending to open a luxury store which will become its flagship in the GCC.

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