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Summary of the week: From the entrance to El Corte Inglés in Central America to the results of Falabella



Summary of the week: From the entrance to El Corte Inglés in Central America to the results of Falabella

Does Falabella begin to show the first signs of weakness? In the third quarter of this year, the Chilean giant for the first time reduced sales of its department stores. Meanwhile, his countryman Parque Arauco maintained his bill and profits, while expanding his portfolio by purchasing the Open Plaza El Bosque. Over the past seven days, many international companies have raised their commitment to Latin America. El Corte Inglés closed the alliance with Almacenes Siman to enter the Sphere on three markets in Central America, and the giant Inditex recently opened a new Bershka store in Guadalajara. Another titan that Mexico chose was Hugo Boss, who opened the second Hugo plant in the country.

MONDAY

OVS

The Italian group wants more in Guatemala and a blind second store in the country.

MANGO

The Spanish company strengthens itself in Colombia and in the lands of Manizales.

GALLERY MALL SONORA

The Mexican shopping center invests 175 million dollars in its expansion.

L & # 39; OCCITANE

The cosmetics company chases tourists and opens at the El Dorado airport in Bogota.

TUESDAY

INDITEX

The Spanish giant leads Bershka in Mexico and wins Reporker in the Guadalajara Gallery.

Falabella

Chilean retailer increases by 3.7%, but decreases its profit by 3.4% by September.

TOUS

The company signs a contract with Mexico and appoints new managers for Digital and accessories.

STF GROUP

The Colombian group strengthens in the T-zone a new one company store Ela.

PANDORA

The Danish company adds and continues in Mexico after opening at the Parque las Antenas shopping center.

WEDNESDAY

EL CORTE INGLÉS

The giant in the department store joins forces with Almacenes Siman to enter Central America.

ES COLLECTION

The Spanish company is looking for allies in Latin America to get to Argentina, Brazil and Colombia.

Netshoes

The e-commerce company doubles losses and contracts it sells until September.

ARAUCO PARK

The Chilean group is expanding its portfolio: purchase at the Falabella Open Plaza El Bosque.

MARISA

The Brazilian company sells its sales by 3.3% for the first nine months.

THURSDAY

Falabella

The departure of the Chilean giant will fail and reduce sales in the third quarter.

DILTEX

Partner David & # 39; s Bridal in Mexico is associated with IBM to strengthen digital transformation.

L & # 39; Oréal

The cosmetic giant is stepping back to Urban Decay in Colombia: a shutter in Andino.

MALLPLAZA

A shopping center company gains 1% less in the third quarter, but increases sales by 12%.

ARAUCO PARK

The Chilean group increases its profit by 48% and grows to 3.2% by September.

FRIDAY

HUGO BOSS

The German group is accelerating in Mexico: opens the second Hugo store in the country in Guadalajara.

Falabella

The seller uses the purchase of Linio: in 2019. It will take over the entire platform to the platform.

DR MARTENS

The British company raises its commitment to Colombia: plans to come to Cali and earn a double in Medellin.

C & A

The Dutch giant is re-opening in the historic center of Mexico City and is planning two more openings.


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