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2 largest supermarket chains in Riga is Norwegian "Rimi" and Lithuanian "Maxima". Most of Rigans go to shopping in these chains stores every day. "Rimi" has 26 supermarkets in Riga, while "Maxima" - 55 (their market share in Latvia is similar - around 30% each). Of course, such a retail range requires also large logistics centres, and here you see both of these "groundlickers" - on the first picture, "Maxima" logistics centre in the southern outskirts of the city (alongside Riga-Ķekava road) and on the second picture, "Rimi" logistics centre in the eastern outskirts (Deglava street). Now you can take a look at both of them and try to determine visually which one is larger (bear in mind that "Maxima" centre don't fits in the picture in whole). The right answer: "Rimi" logistics centre is 28 000 sq m large [select the words in white to see them], while "Maxima" logistics centre is 39 000 sq m large.

Groundlickers Reviewed by Ikars Kublins on Friday, February 11, 2011 Rating: 5

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