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Lidl invests 27 million in four new stores


Lidl shoots its sales in Spain and creates a thousand jobs
Lidl advances its expansion plan in Spain and welcomes the month of May by opening four new points of sale in Spain. The first two, located in the city of Vitoria and the municipality of Torrelodones (Madrid), will open their doors simultaneously on the next day 9, while that of the San Javier (Murcia) and the city of Barcelona will do the same on days 16 and 30, respectively. The investment made by the company for these openings has exceeded 27 million euros.

With the start-up of these four stores, Lidl will reinforce its presence in the autonomous communities of the Basque Country, Madrid, Murcia and Catalonia. Only this month will generate more than 50 jobs, thus giving work to more than 100 people with these new establishments.

LED lighting technology, photovoltaic panels, low consumption cooling systems and charging points for electric cars are just some of the energy efficiency measures that incorporate these four points of sale.

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