By Euro Weekly News Media • 29 June 2015 • 9:01
SALES: More pharmacies have changed hands.
ALMERIA Province pharmacies are in better health than they were seven years ago.Eleven were sold in 2014, more than in any one year since 2007 when 18 changed hands. By the time that the crisis had begun to make itself felt in 2008 this dropped to eight sales, declining to seven in 2009, five in 210, four in 2011 and just two in 2012.Change of ownership in each case was the result of an outright sale and not a legacy or gift, noted TSL Consultores who analyse the evolution of this specialist market for the sector in Andalucia.This pattern was repeated in the provinces of Granada, Sevilla and Huelva, wich accounted for most of last year’s 144 transactions in Andalucia which has a total of 3,870 pharmacies.
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