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The third Subway restaurant in Riga to be opened on Grecinieku Street

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Baltic news, News from Latvia, BNN.LV, BNN-NEWS.COM, BNN-NEWS.RUIt is planned to open the third Subway fast food restaurant in Latvia at the beginning of August. This new establishment will be located in Riga, Grecinieku Street, as reported by Co-Owner and Chairman of PLG Group Nauris Liberts.

Liberts did not reveal the exact volume of investments that were put into the creation of the third restaurant, but he did say they exceed EUR 100,000.

The company’s representative has also said that negotiations with Subway originally began at the end of 2012. They went on until August 2013. An application for participation in the open contest was sent last November. Hundreds of Latvian contestants participated to acquire rights to open Subway restaurants in Latvia.

Answering the question regarding the location and area of the new restaurant, Liberts noted that it will be located on Grecinieku Street. Its total area will be 157 m2. He added that a long-term rent contract has been signed with owners of the building.

The network of Subway restaurants in Europe currently spans 4,018 new stores. The total number of restaurants is now close to 40,000. Subway’s turnover in Europe had grown by 18% in 2012, reaching EUR 1.57 billion.

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  1. Andrej says:

    I guess they use “Halal meat” to? I will never go there.

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  2. mike walsh says:

    I imagine it they are there to make NATO troops feel more at home!

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