Mexico's Femsa taps drug store market with YZA acquisition
MEXICO CITY Nov 9 (Reuters) - Mexican retailer and beverage company Femsa said on Friday that one of its units had agreed to buy a 75 percent stake in drug store chain YZA, marking its debut in a new business operation.
No financial details were disclosed. YZA, with 333 stores, operates in southern Mexico.
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