Saigon Co.op starts work on supermarket in Kon TumFriday, April 14,2017
AsemconnectVietnam - Saigon Co.op, the owner of the Co.opmart supermarket chain, on April 12 began construction on a Co.opmart supermarket on Le Hong Phong Street in Kon Tum Province.
Nguyen Anh Duc, deputy general director of Saigon Co.op, said Co.opmart stores have been present in other Central Highlands provinces, Dak Nong, Dak Lak, Gia Lai and Lam Dong, for 10 years.
Co.opmart Kon Tum will introduce specialties of Kon Tum Province in particular and the Central Highlands in general.
The project, expected for completion and operation by the end of this year, was earlier included in the socio-economic development agreement between HCMC and Kon Tum Province in 2016-2020 signed by Kon Tum and Saigon Co.op.
In mid-January, Saigon Co.op launched two Co.opmart supermarkets, with one in Chau Doc (An Giang Province) and the other in Duc Pho (Quang Ngai Province), taking the total number of Co.opmart outlets in the country to 87.
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