ATHENS, Greece -- Alfa Beta Vassilopoulos here, which generated double-digit increases in both sales and earnings last year, expects to open four new supermarkets during 1994. of the chain. Alfa Beta's four-store expansion project follows a restructuring of administrative and logistics departments last year. Delhaize, which holds 50% of Alfa Beta, said it had assisted its Greek subsidiary with these changes "to improve working methods and management systems." Delhaize also said it enjoys ...

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