European supermarket chain Metro plans to open its first store in Jinan, Shandong province in August 2017.
European supermarket chain Metro has opened its first Chinese food and beverage institute in Shanghai.
Germany's Metro Group says during 2014/15 financial year ended September 30, 2015, the group realized sales of EUR59.219 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 1.2%.
Alibaba Group and Metro announced an exclusive strategic deal under which Metro's official flagship store will enter Tmall.com, Alibaba's B2C e-commerce platform.
Metro China announced an upgrade to its e-commerce platform to cover multiple platforms such as online, offline and mobile devices throughout China.
As a part of Bright Food Group's internationalization, its Chinese subsidiary Yimin No.1 Foods acquired a majority stake in Salov Group, an Italian olive oil maker.
According to Jeroen de Groot, China president of the German retail giant Metro AG, the group will launch a new food service distribution platform which will provide food customized procurement and processing services to hotels…
Jeroen de Groot, Metro's newly appointed China president, recently revealed to the Chinese local media that Metro will accelerate its expansion in China through both owned real estate and leasing models.
German retail giant Metro AG announced that Jeroen de Groot, former chief operating officer at Metro's German headquarters, has been appointed new president for Metro China.
Media Markt China announced on its official website that the company will be closing its seven electronics retail stores in the country on March 11, 2013.