GDANSK July 21 (Reuters) - Pizza firm DP Eurasia, which runs Domino’s Pizza brand in Turkey and Russia, said on Tuesday its overall sales in the first half of 2020 rose by 3% as growth at its Turkish stores offset a decline in Russia.
The company’s sales at its own and franchise stores rose to 664.7 million Turkish lira ($96.97 million), showing a growth of 13.6% in Turkey and a decline of 14.6% in Russia.
The London-listed pizza firm said it had 11 net store closures in the first half of the year due to coronavirus. ($1 = 6.8546 liras) (Reporting by Anna Rzhevkina in Gdansk)
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