What Stores Are In Germany?

According to stripes.com

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Aldi

Edeka

Kaufland

Lidl

Netto Marken‑Discount

Penny

REWE Group

Is there a Walmart in Germany?

Wal-Mart introduced its stores in Germany eight years ago when it took over the Wertkauf and Interspar supermarket chains. Until now, the company has employed 11,000 employees in Germany. Wal-Mart said its German locations had sales of more two billion euros ($2.55 billion) last year.

What shops are in Germany?

Some of the best stores for shopping in Germany are Aldi Nord, Lidl, Norma, Netto Marken-Discount, and Penny Markt.

Are there Costco stores in Germany?

In larger German metropolitan areas there are also Costco-like super stores (Globus Handelshof, Kaufland, Metro, Real, etc. Aldi and Lidl are the main discount grocery store chains in Germany and other parts of Europe.

How many grocery stores are there in Germany?

Number of stores of key food and grocery retailers in Germany in 2013, by store count

Number of stores
Aldi4,190
Netto4,150
Lidl3,300
Rewe3,000

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Why Walmart fail in Germany?

Wal-Mart pulls out of Germany. The world’s largest retailer, Wal-Mart, has made a rare admission of failure by selling its hypermarket chain in Germany at a loss of $1bn (£530m) after failing to convert the country’s shoppers and regulators to its low-price, American-style trading.

What is the Walmart equivalent in Germany?

Big stores (similar to Walmart) are e.g. Real, Toom, Globus, Marktkauf and Famila. But some stores can not be found in all parts of Germany.