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Onoff Estonia: we are not experiencing financial difficulties

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"Onoff Estonia: we are not experiencing financial difficulties" Only a question of time. Metro Group, take over NOW! Reply to the comment answer
~knut albers [12.07.2011, 12:00]
And please notice the readers when the clearance sales kick off.
~knut albers [12.07.2011, 17:54]
knut, it is the Germans fault ;-) (lets call it Greek logic) The German competitor Media Markt entered the Swedish market a few years ago and Onoff couldnt handle the competition.
~Dag [13.07.2011, 11:00]
Dag, that's alright :)
~knut albers [13.07.2011, 12:23]
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Why you going broke than? Estonian inteligence at its finest. LOLZ

P.S. Saab should hire some estonian genius as this guy for an advisor. hahaha Reply to the comment answer
~sooo [12.07.2011, 19:33]
Kind of have to agree. What kind of logic is this? Lets assume this official is correct, so what? Onoff has 67 stores in Sweden, I am sure a few of them are profitable although the company as a whole is bankrupt. But for sure you dont see any comments in Swedish press where a store manager says "Our store is profitable, it is the other 66 stores that should go bankrupt".

Probably it is just another example of the standard reaction to any problem - "I didnt do anything wrong, it is not my fault". Even if this is true (which sometimes it is) the attitude "I will try and assist in solving this problem even if I didnt create it" is so much more constructive.
~Dag [13.07.2011, 11:09]
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The competition in Sweden is too hard for OnOff, this statement only confirm that the competition does not exist in Estonia. Market is too small and no interest of the big once to come here, so Estonians pay over prices for the products? Reply to the comment answer
~Thomas [13.07.2011, 11:52]
hear hear!
~rulle [14.08.2011, 01:36]
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it is no matter prices are higher in Estonia since the beloved Euro has arrived and soon the streets will be paved with gold. Reply to the comment answer
~@ Thomas [13.07.2011, 22:50]
True
~Thomas [14.07.2011, 08:59]
Quit imputing your failure in Estonia, Hiiumaa Man. You make yourself look silly.
~@Hiiumaa Man [14.07.2011, 20:06]
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