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Croatian Giants Open Shopping Centre in Vukovar

AgrokorCroatia’s largest privately owned company Agrokor, which owns supermarket chain Konzum, has opened a shopping centre in the eastern Croatian city of Vukovar…

Golubica Mall is Agrokor’s latest investment and is worth 9 million euros, bringing its total investment in Vukovar to more than 80 million euros. The three-level mall, covering more than 9,000 square metres, has taken just on 18 months to construct and includes retail outlets, cafes, a bowling centre and soon a cinema.

“With a total investment of over 600 million kuna, Agrokor even before the opening of Golubica Mall held the leading position among investors in Vukovar. It is our honour and obligation, to work with you to continue to develop business, serve the town of Vukovar and its people,” said Agrokor’s Ivan Todorić, adding that the company also plans to donate and build a new children’s playground for the children on Vukovar. (photo: Agrokor.hr)

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