Lidl Romania To Open 31 New Stores With €100m Loan
The Romanian arm of German discounter Lidl has signed a loan agreement of €100 million in order to open 31 new stores in the country, local publication Profit.ro has reported.
The loan agreement was made with Credit Agricole CIB, the investment division of the French group Credit Agricole.
These new stores will be EDGE-certified, which requires that the water and energy consumption of the buildings will be 20% lower than that of a standard store.
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