Lidl Suomi Ky in Retailing (Finland)
Lidl Suomi Ky, which is the leading and only discounter in Finland, aims to offer value-for-money private label products, taking into account local tastes and preferences. In 2011 and 2012, Lidl aimed to focus on central outlets. It also started to offer new products such as freshly baked bread. A central strategy is to maintain, develop and expand its network of outlets in the country.
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Product coverage: Non-Store Retailing, Store-based Retailing.
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Table of contents
LIDL SUOMI KY IN RETAILING (FINLAND)
LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
Summary 1 Lidl Suomi Ky: Key Facts
Summary 2 Lidl Suomi Ky: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Lidl Suomi Ky: Private Label Portfolio
Summary 4 Lidl Suomi Ky: Competitive Position 2012
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