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UNO supermarkets in trouble since the arrest of Rebrab

According to the Maghreb confidential website, the supply of the five Uno hypermarkets to the giant distributor Numidis, owned by the businessman Issad Rebrab and the sixteen truck stops of the subsidiary of the giant Cevital are in difficulties and risk. The situation has become complicated since the arrest of its boss on April 22.

Also according to the French site specializing in the economy providers Numidis, worried by the incarceration of Issad Rebrab, now refuse to operate on credit and ask the group to pay in cash or check at the time of delivery. Numidia, which is headed by Lynda Rebrab, daughter of Issad Rebrab, accumulates financial difficulties, posting 2 billion dinars of losses in 2018. In 2017, he also lost the market management of mini-markets of gas stations. east-west highway.

Before the revolution, Issad Rebrab planned to strengthen in the distribution sector. He created the company Numidia Distribution by partnering with the boss of the agribusiness Romana, Hamid Zemouri, finally concluded the site Maghreb Confidential.


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