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Question 1: France's major upscale department stores are Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps, which both have flagship stores on Boulevard Haussmann in ________ and branches around the country.
ParisÉvry, EssonneVersaillesMarseille

Question 2: ________ was opened in 1909 by the American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge, and thus became London's seventh department store.
LiverpoolSelfridgesLewis'sUnited Kingdom

Question 3: Discount department stores commonly have central customer ________ areas, generally in the front area of the store.
Self checkoutJavaPOSSun MicrosystemsPoint of sale

Question 4: The Stockmann department store in central ________ is the biggest department store in the entire Nordic countries and a famous landmark of Helsinki.

Question 5: Today, the Chilean department store Falabella is one of the most prominent in the country, with branches in Buenos Aires, Córdoba, San Juan, Mendoza, and ________.
Bahía BlancaLa PlataItalyRosario, Santa Fe

Question 6: Before the 1950s, the department store held an eminent place in both Canada and ________, during both the Great Depression and World War II.
BarbadosAustraliaUnited KingdomJamaica

Question 7: Dorian's, Mexican Department stores present only in Mexico and ________.
El SalvadorCosta RicaNicaraguaGuatemala

Question 8: Philadelphia's ________ performed a 19th century redevelopment to the former Pennsylvania Railroad terminal in that city and eventually opened a modern day department store in the building.
Frank Harris HitchcockJohn WanamakerGeorge B. CortelyouHarry Stewart New

Question 9: ________ eventually became department stores as small towns became cities.
General storeSoap operaUnited KingdomEngland

Question 10: ________ is one of the UK's most popular department stores.
ITV plcDSG International plcStagecoach GroupDebenhams


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