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Jul 13, 2023 16:06 EEST
July 13 (SeeNews) - Romanian optics retailer Lensa said on Thursday that it entered the Moldovan market by opening its first store in the capital Chisinau, investing 140,000 euro ($156,540) in it.
The new store is the 57th in Lensa's network and marks the ten-year anniversary of the company, it said in a press release.
In the first quarter of the year, Lensa opened nine new stores in the Romanian cities of Sibiu, Bucuresti, Ramnicu Valcea, Slatina,
Craiova, Ploiesti, Sfantu Gheorghe, and Barlad, for a total investment of 1 million euro.
The new Chisinau store has a surface area of 160 sq m and includes two optometric offices.
Lensa was established in 2013 and currently owns 56 showroom stores in Romania and one in Moldova. At the end of April the company employed 500 people.
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