Bompreco

Recife,
Brazil,

Bompreco is a supermarket and hypermarket chain in Brazil’s Northeast region. In nine states across the Northeast region of Brazil, Bompreco operates a number of different formats including Hiper Bompreco hypermarkets ranging in size between 4,000 and 12,500 square meters, and offering 45,000 lines including clothing and electronics. Bompreco supermarkets have a sales area of up to 3,200 square meters, offering around 10,000 lines. Bompreco also operates mini-markets and Balaio discount stores, as well as a small number of ’Hiper Magazine’ stores.

Bompreco was acquired by Wal-Mart Stores on March 01, 2004.

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Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, retail ranked 8 in number of deals in 2004. The largest retail acquisition in 2004 was Kmart - which was acquired by Sears Holdings for $11.0B.

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