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SM Investments Corporation, Philippines’ leading conglomerate, has registered a 9% growth in consolidated revenues in FY2016. Its retail arm SM Retail has also grown by 8% in revenue to PHP 276.5bn (US$5.5bn).
The food group, which includes SM Markets (SM Supermarket, SM Hypermarket and Savemore) and WalterMart, continued to expand mostly in provincial areas last year. It added 33 new stores, most of which are stand-alone Savemore stores. SM’s food group continues to expand in various regions with a multichannel growth strategy to address the lack of organised retail.
At the end of December in 2016, SM Retail had a total of 2,110 outlets, comprising 57 SM Stores, 1,556 specialty retail outlets, 48 SM Supermarkets, 44 SM Hypermarkets, and 156 Savemore, 39 WalterMart and 210 Alfamart stores.
In 2016, SM Retail merged several leading specialty retail stores, creating an entity with more than 1,400 outlets. “Following the retail merger last year, the performance of our specialty retail has been boosted by discretionary spending, especially in areas such as home furnishings and do-it-yourself goods, tracking the strong consumption and overall growth of the economy,” SM president Harley Sy said.
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