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On cursory translation, the Annual Report is unclear how the different brands of stores are operated, whether by the parent company or by the Handel subsidiary. It treats them in the Handel section, but they don't seem to fall under its purview. In any case, if anyone can clarify who's in charge of the stores (and I don't mean in the "the members are!" sense; the stores don't get to choose to be tiny rural outposts instead of hypermarkets – someone is making those decisions either at Handel or the mother company) or wants to include details about number of stores and sales figures, &c., the report's linked on the main page. — LlywelynII 11:46, 1 May 2012 (UTC)