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PRYCAPotomac River Yacht Clubs Association
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Most of the major retailers in France and Spain are clients of the newly acquired business - including Carrefour, Promodes, Pryca and Eroski - and many of these are already customers of Tibbett & Britten.
In Spain, where Carrefour and Promodes own the country's two largest hypermarkets, analysts are widely forecasting the merger of Continente, majority owned by Promodes, and Pryca, which is controlled by Carrefour.
Una bolsa del centro comercial PRYCA, que contiene en su interior diversa documentacion de tipo bancario y lo que parece ser un diario personal manuscrito, asi como un contrato de arrendamiento de la vivienda en la que se efectuo el registro.
French companies dominated the sector from the start: Carrefour with 71% of Pryca, Promodes with 75% of Continente, and Auchan with 100% of Alcampo.
In food store rankings for share of sum roast and ground market sales, Pryca led with 12.