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Konzum Still Leads in Croatia, But Lidl, Kaufland Gain Ground

The Croatian grocery retail sector achieved revenues of over HRK 40 billion (€5.3 billion) in 2020, which is 0.8% higher than in the previous year, new data has shown.

This indicates a slowdown of the market, as the growth in 2019 amounted to 6%, according to the annual report of the Agency for the Protection of Market Competition (AZTN).

The report analysed 51 active grocery retailers, which together boast 4,707 outlets (+14 on 2019) and a total net sales area of 1.44 million square metres (-1%).

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