Supermarket culture is alive and well

  • 2009-08-06
  • By Rokas M. Tracevskis
VILNIUS - The Lithuanian retail business follows in the footsteps of the country's GDP. The statistical figures are rather unpleasant. However, Lithuania's supermarket chains, which strongly rely on foodstuffs, are not in danger. Human beings are created in such a way that they need to eat.The statistics show that the big supermarkets are suffering less in this time of crisis. According to the Department of Statistics of Lithuania (Statistics Lithuania), the turnover of enterprises trading in food products in January'sJune 2009, against the same period in 2008, decreased by 16.3 percent...
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