AMSTERDAM — Ahold here said last week that sales growth of 4.3% in the fourth quarter was partly attributable to strong sales at stores during Hurricane Sandy. “Our strong performance was partly driven by the exceptional efforts of our teams during Hurricane Sandy, which enabled our stores to remain open and to serve our customers during these difficult times,” the company said in a statement reporting its year-end sales. The gains from storm-related sales were ...

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