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Revenues fell by an average of 5 percent from their 2013 level By David Ramirez   According to Latin Trade’s ranking of the Top 50 Retail Companies in Latin America, 2014 was a bad year for the region’s retailers, as their revenues fell by an average of 5 percent from their 2013 level to $313.8 billion.   Out of the 50 firms in the ranking, 38 registered lower revenues, with some of the largest retailers posting double-digit reductions. This was the case with Casino, number two in the ranking, whose revenue dropped 14 percent last year.   The performance of […]
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