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The Profile of H.R..B.A. PDF Print E-mail
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The Hellenic Retail Business Association, founded in 1975, constitutes the exclusive institution which represents the organised retail trade, chain stores, malls and Greek multinational companies.

The Association includes enterprises, thus legal persons of private law, developed in Greece and are the most famous brands of Greek trade.

Today, the members of HRBA have turnover over 12 billions, employ more than 39.000  workers and have 4.300 points of sale in Greece and many more abroad.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 September 2014 12:30 )
 
The History of H.R.B.A. PDF Print E-mail
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The Hellenic Retail Business Association was founded in 1975.

The Association includes enterprises, thus legal persons of private law, developed in Greece and are the most famous brands of Greek trade.

Today, the members of HRBA have turnover over 12 billions, employ more than 39.000  workers and have 4.300 points of sale in Greece and many more abroad.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 June 2010 15:07 )
 
Principles of H.R.B.A. PDF Print E-mail
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  • HRBA's members believe in free market and pure competition.
  • The Association requires the existence of a principled framework within which the companies and the businessmen are called to develop their entrepreneurship freely.
  • The Association believes in free labour relations in order to increase the employment.
  • The Association believes in working hours without time limit, including Sunday.
    Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 June 2010 15:15 )
 
The Goals of H.R.B.A. PDF Print E-mail
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  • The conjunction of Greek retail trade forces in a common representation institution and the active participation in the public dialogue.
  • The development of Greek and international trade.
  • The contribution to the creation of positive and stable economic environment.
  • Freeing the markets from regulations that are detrimental to competition.
  • The service, the proper informing and the support of the consumers.
    Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 June 2010 15:17 )