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Lidl invests 150 M € in Portugal

Lidl Portugal today announced an investment of 150 million this fiscal year, which began in March, to modernize and open stores and the warehouses it is building in Santo Tirso and Torres Novas.

This investment, which represents an increase from the 125 million euros invested in the fiscal year 2018, will be used to build the new warehouse in Santo Tirso, to increase the warehouse in Torres Novas and to expand and modernize the store chain. total of 24 interventions this fiscal year, including new stores and upgrades of existing ones.

“From March 2019 [beginning of its fiscal year] to date, the retailer has already opened three new stores [Boliqueime, Loures-Frielas and Porto-Fernão Magalhães], offering an increasingly customer-friendly shopping experience.” , says the representative in Portugal of the German supermarket chain, in a statement released today.


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