|Predecessors||Nordisk Andels Forbund (NAF)|
2001 (Coop Norden)
|Key people||Svein E. Skorstad (CEO)|
|Revenue||SEK 89.5 billion (2005)|
|Footnotes / references
Coop Norden was a pan-Scandinavian retail chain. It was based in Sweden and owned by three major cooperative retail companies: Sweden's KF (42%), Denmark's FDB (38%), and Norway's Coop NKL (20%). During its years of operation, Coop Norden ran around 1,000 stores and had yearly turnover of approximately SEK 90 billion. In 2007, the parent companies decided to dissolve the arrangement and, in January of 2008, operation and ownership of the retail chains were returned to the national cooperatives.
- Coop Norden, official web site
- FDB. "FDB's historie og udvikling" ["FDB's History & Development"]. Accessed 1 May 2012.
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