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Retail groups Azadea opens 95 new stores in 2008
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Jan '08
In its quest to become one of the largest retail groups in the Middle East, Azadea Group is set to follow through its expansion plans in much of the region during 2008. A great deal of development and growth are in store for Azadea as the company has finalized arrangements to open new stores in KSA, Bahrain, Lebanon, and Romania.

More than 25 new stores are set to open in KSA and these include MOA, Piazza Italia, Sunglass Hut, Forever 18, Salsa Jeans, Cool Cat, Boggi, and Prenatal among others. Several new openings are also planned for Bahrain; there are at least 27 new stores scheduled by the end of 2008 and these include Virgin Megastore, Paul Café, Columbus Café, The Butcher Shop and Grill, Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti, Xanaka, Oysho, and many more.

On a similar note, Lebanon will host a variety of new stores and branches for already existing ones; the openings will include Tape a l'oeil, Cool Cat, Forever 18, Oviesse, Colours & Beauty, Prenatal, Salsa Jeans, Piazza Italia, Zara, Zara Home, Massimo Dutti, and more than 18 others.

Romania is also in line for new stores in 2008 as plans are in motion to open at least 8 new stores including Andre, Xanaka, Salsa Jeans, Oviesse, Cool Cat, Sunglass Hut, Piazza Italia, and Colours & Beauty.

Azadea Group is one of the world's fastest growing retail groups. We carry a strong franchise portfolio of over 45 diverse brands that features some of the industry's most identifiable names, including Zara Mango, Virgin Megastore & Sunglass Hut.

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