Shoppers leave a Carrefour supermarket in central Bangkok January 22, 2011. A battle between large supermarket operators to tap into Southeast Asia's growing consumer wealth could trigger more acquisitions, with Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines seen as the next hot spots. ( REUTERS/Damir Sagolj)
Shoppers leave a Carrefour supermarket in central Bangkok January 22, 2011. A battle between large supermarket operators to tap into Southeast Asia's growing consumer wealth could trigger more acquisitions, with Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines seen as the next hot spots. ( REUTERS/Damir Sagolj)

Carrefour sells control of Indonesia unit

Shoppers leave a Carrefour supermarket in central Bangkok January 22, 2011. A battle between large supermarket operators to tap into Southeast Asia's growing consumer wealth could trigger more acquisitions, with Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines seen as the next hot spots. ( REUTERS/Damir Sagolj)
Shoppers leave a Carrefour supermarket in central Bangkok January 22, 2011. A battle between large supermarket operators to tap into Southeast Asia's growing consumer wealth could trigger more acquisitions, with Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines seen as the next hot spots. ( REUTERS/Damir Sagolj)
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