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List of supermarket chains in Belarus

 

List of supermarket chains in Belarus

The Belorussian retail market is largely dominated by local supermarket chains, currently the only foreign chains operating within Belarus are Russian retail chains. A report in 2007 found that there was 170 chain operated stores,[1] With Vesta operating the most stores, with 48 outlets, and Vestor the least with only 2 outlets.

Current chains

Name Stores Type of stores Parent
Белкоопсоюз >9000[2]
Евроопт 204[3] discount euroopt
Дорорс 124[4]
Родная Сторона 91[5] supermarket
Белмаркет 62[6] supermarket BelMarket
Рублёвский 48[7] department store Рублёвский
Веста[8] 54 Веста
Алми 32[9] supermarket, hypermarket, department store, deli Алми
Виталюр 28[10] supermarket
Гиппо 10[11] hypermarket, supermarket Гиппо
Zakrama 10[12] discount Алми
Mart Inn 9[13] supermarket Mart Inn
Корона 7[14] hypermarket Корона
БАЗАР 6[15] discount Рублёвский
ProStore 6[16]
Preston[17] 3 supermarket Арвитфуд
Bigzz 2[18] hypermarket, supermarket Bigzz
Econom
Sosedi
Vestor

Hardware store chains

Name Stores Type of stores Parent
OMA Kesko

Defunct chains

References

  1. ^ "Retail Industry Overview (Belarus)". UNITER (ЮНИТЕР). 2009. Retrieved 2010-06-15. 
  2. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  3. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  4. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  5. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  6. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  7. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  8. ^ http://vesta-retail.by
  9. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  10. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  11. ^ http://gippo.by
  12. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  13. ^ http://retai.net/articles/belarus/12841/
  14. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  15. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  16. ^ http://news.tut.by/economics/387306.html
  17. ^ http://preston.by/
  18. ^ http://bigzz.by/pages/Kontakti/
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