People walk past a Tesco Extra store in Woolwich, southeast London, Britain February 26, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth/File Photo
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Britain's biggest retailer, supermarket group Tesco, said Friday it was selling its Turkish business as its international arm focuses on its operations in Central Europe and Southeast Asia.Tesco entered the Turkish market in 2003, growing the business to 170 stores that employ around 9,600 staff, according to its website.Tesco's overall business rebounded into profit in the year to February on strong sales, after a vast property writedown and challenging home trade sparked a record £5.7-billion loss in its previous financial year.
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