The German Market Grew By 12.2% In 2003 And Became Again More Concentrated

The planned phase-out of public health care subsidies for eyewear led German opticians to book an overall 12.2 percent increase in their combined sales to €4.44 billion last year, according to ZVA, the national optical retailers' association, with a 21 percent increase in the subsidies provided by the country's various ...

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