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  • Wanting to break away from things, wanting to see if they had any sales in Falabella, and since I figured it would be a deserted mall through which we could whiz and maybe even find an interesting place to eat, we got on the bus and went south.

    Clowns from Canada « Unknowing

  • They were almost exclusively window shopping, except that a bunch of them crowded in to Falabella.

    Clowns from Canada « Unknowing

  • Casino is using Exito as a stepping stone to becoming one of the top players in the region, where it competes with beleaguered French rival Carrefour SA, U.S.-based Wal-Mart Stores and local retailers such Chile's SACI Falabella.

    Casino Looks to Latin America

  • Its $24.48 offer for each New York-listed depositary receipt reflects about 21 times next year's earnings, while local competitor Falabella trades at about 14 times earnings, according to Thomson Reuters.

    Chile Deal Spices Up Wal-Mart

  • After paying one year's tuition herself, Barrios took out a student loan from Banco Falabella, a government-approved lender. -- Top News

  • You can also see big box stores from Chilean companies like S.A.C.I. Falabella.

  • Retailer Falabella fell 1.7% and Banco Credito e Inversiones pulled back 1%. - Top Stories

  • Falabella declined to comment, according to Nueva Comunicacion, which manages press relations for the Santiago- based company. -- Top News

  • "They have nothing to offer me," the 71-year-old said as she left an SACI Falabella store in Buenos Aires's Alto Avellaneda shopping mall. -- Top News

  • They are significant shareholders in the Falabella retail group, the second largest retail chain in South America and have interests in a variety of other sectors including mining, energy and real estate.

    Reuters: Press Release


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