PARIS, July 25 (Reuters) – The emboss of Leclerc warned on Monday that France’s largest intellectual nourishment retail merchant could thin the opening move hours of its stores as region of exigency measures to apportion with the hazard of powerfulness shortages coupled to the warfare in Ukraine.
“For this winter we have a crisis scenario where Russia cuts gas supplies,” Michel-Edouard Leclerc told France Information radiocommunication.
Under that scenario, “We could close some stores during certain hours,” he added.
Leclerc heads Les Centres E.Leclerc, a cooperative tie-up of or so 600 retailers, which competes against Carrefour and WISH4D Cassino.
Its low-toll insurance policy has helped it turn France’s biggest solid food retailer by market ploughshare. (Coverage by Dominick Vidalon; Redaction by Kirsten Donovan)