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Customer service (SAC), Parapharmacy, Watchmaker’s shop, Travel agency. Hipercor Consigna. Food. Pastry shop. Bakery. Prepared dishes. Cellar. Seafood cooker. Cleaning and Perfumery Articles. Parapharmacy. Women’s Clothing. Men’s Clothing. Youth Clothing. Children’s Clothing. Bodywork for Babies. Toys. Shoes. Sports. Lamps. Paintings. Home-Menage. Home-Textile. Carpets. Mattresses. Stationery. Travel articles. Furniture in kit. Hardware. Do-it-yourself. Automotive. Everything for your pet. Gardening. Hipercor Technology: Household appliances. P.A.E. Image and Sound. Telephony. Video games.
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It remains to be seen what will happen to the employees of these 25 shopping centers. Due to the high cost of a massive chain of layoffs -some 8,000 employees-, El Confidencial indicates that the company’s plan would involve the departure of workers who reach retirement age and whose positions will not be replaced, as well as the reduced hiring of seasonal staff and the relocation of the rest, as may be the case of employees who eventually move to the new financial section that the group is preparing.
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El Corte Inglés loses its omnipresence in Madrid. The capital will be left without three of these mythical shopping centers, and two other branches of the galleries will also close in other locations of the Community.
In Madrid, El Corte Inglés de Arapiles, Vista Alegre and Serrano, located at 10 Arapiles Street (Chamberí), Avenida de la Plaza de Toros (Vistalegre-Carabanchel) and 52 Serrano Street (Barrio de Salamanca), respectively, will close.
The Arroyomolinos and Leganés (Parquesur) centers will not continue with their usual activity either, although they will not disappear completely: the Arroyomolinos center could keep its food hall and the Leganés gallery will only be subject, in principle, to a partial closure.
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The new commercial formula “works quite well” and its implementation in the different towns “regardless of whether “El Corte Inglés” is established in them or not”. Therefore, the opening of the store “neither implies nor excludes” future projects of the company in Zamora: “it is a differential offer, not based on market research or population data”.
The company also has travel agencies, computer and insurance stores, and its own finance company. They have recently acquired Optica 2000 and have announced the creation of a new line dedicated to DIY.