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METRO GROUP unites a group of strong, independent sales brands: METRO/MAKRO Cash & Carry is a leading international player in self-service wholesale trade. Media Markt and Saturn are the number one among consumer electronics stores in Europe, and Real hypermarkets sell every type of everyday product under one roof.


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METRO GROUP convinces with transparent climate reporting

4 November 2015

With its climate reporting, METRO GROUP ranks among the leading companies in the German-speaking region. In the 2015 climate ranking prepared by the independent international non-profit organisation CDP, the retail group was now recognized as “Sector leader Consumer Staples” and as “Index Leader MDAX”.

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Tags:  Responsibility

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METRO GROUP sets up a one million euro fund for refugee aid

26 October 2015

The Düsseldorf-based METRO GROUP is setting up a one million euro fund for refugee aid. Employees from the group’s retail countries can apply for money from this fund to support local projects aimed at aiding refugees.

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Tags:  ResponsibilitySponsoringCash & Carry

Management Board intends to propose increase of dividend for financial year 2014/15

25 November 2015

METRO AG Management Board intends to propose a higher dividend for financial year 2014/15 compared to the previous financial year. Thus the dividend per ordinary share shall increase by €0.10 to €1.00. At the same time the spread of the payout ratio of so far around 40 to 50 percent will be increased to around 45 to 55 percent due to the improved overall economic situation of METRO GROUP.

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Food service 2.0: digital services are in demand among restaurant owners and customers

17 November 2015

Fancy eating out? Why not use an app to reserve a table, select your meals and drinks from the digital menu and pay using your phone? This is what the future of the food service industry could look like if many consumers get their wish.

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Tags:  InnovationCash & Carry