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Lotte Shopping Q2 Consolidated Operating Profit 1.39 Billion Won, Down 99% From Year Earlier
Lotte Shopping says Q1 operating profit 52 bln won, down 75% from year ago
Lotte Shopping Q4 operating profit 43.6 bln won, down 52% from year ago
Lotte Shopping Co Ltd is a Korea-based company mainly engaged in the operation of department stores. The Company operates its business through six segments. The Department Store segment is involved of the installation and operation of department stores such as Lotte Depart Store. The Company operates its department stores within the domestic market and to overseas markets, including Vietnam, Russia, Indonesia and China. The Discount Store segment is involved of the installation and operation of discount stores. The Electronics Store segment is engaged in the sale of home appliances and computers and communication devices. The Super segment is engaged in the operation of supermarkets and the rental of real estate. The Home Shopping segment mainly engages in home shopping and e-commerce business through Internet shopping mall and mobile. The Other segment engages in the businesses including the sale of cosmetics, food and other consumer goods, the operation of movie theaters and others.
Retail (Department & Discount)
81, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu
Seong Hyeon Kang
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Ho Ju Jang
Yeong Pyo Moon
Seong Ho Hong
Dae Sik Jang
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