According to the Bank's website, this project finances a capital expansion programme to create new stores as well as refurbish and make resource efficiency investments in existing ones throughout Turkey.
Migros operates in 81 Turkish provinces, through a network of 2,144 food retail stores under Migros, M-Jet, 5M, and Macrocenter banners. The Company is also active in Kazakhstan and FYR Macedonia with 45 Ramstore outlets. Migros is 50% owned by Anadolu Grubu Holding A.i. ("AGHOL"), the holding company of Anadolu Group ("AG"). The remaining shareholding (23.2%) is held by a private equity consortium, and the remainder (26.8%) is free float on the Borsa Istanbul.
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