The dispute took a long time and was intense. After all, it was about defining the future of one of the largest supermarket chains in Belem: Nazaré. Fortunately, the outcome of the negotiations ended on Thursday (4), as announced by writer Mauro Bona.
Since last weekIndeed, Bonna indicated that Nazaré was on the lookout for larger companies to later absorb into the market. Last Sunday, a columnist reported that Grupo Líder was back in negotiations on its third attempt.
Group negotiations consisted of merging The four stores of Supermercado NazaréWhich, until then, had a turnover of R$30 million/month, but had accumulated debts of R$140 million.
On Thursday (4), the hammer was struck and the deal was closed: “Today Grupo Líder bought the four stores and the distribution center in Supermercado Nazaré. The value was approximately R$165 million in five soft annual installments,” he announced on social media.
Today, from four stores, Grupo Líder bought a Supermercados Nazaré CD.
The value of about 165 million in five smooth annual installments.
– Mauro Bona (Morobuna) August 4, 2022
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