Shinsegae Co Ltd in Retailing (South Korea)
Shinsegae Co Ltd separated out its former hypermarkets subsidiary E-Mart Co Ltd in 2011 in order to concentrate solely on its department store business. Following the separation of these two large-scale business units, the company is set to focus more on operating its department stores more professionally and efficiently. Shinsegae Co Ltd currently has plans to generate annual value sales in excess of Won20 trillion through its 17 department stores by 2020.
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Product coverage: Non-Store Retailing, Store-based Retailing.
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Table of contentsStrategic Direction
Summary 1 Shinsegae Co Ltd: Key Facts
Summary 2 Shinsegae Co Ltd: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Shinsegae Co Ltd: Competitive Position 2012
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