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October 30, 2014
A customer checks the prices of bottles as he is reflected in a mirror inside liquor store Mariano Madrueno...
Madrid, Spain
A customer checks the price of bottles as he is reflected in a mirror inside liquor store Mariano Madrueno...
A customer checks the prices of bottles as he is reflected in a mirror inside liquor store Mariano Madrueno just off Gran Via, one of Madrid's main arteries, October 23, 2014. Spain's independent retailers remain enmeshed in the fabric of daily life at a time when chains and multinationals dominate in much of the rest of western Europe. But many could be forced to shut up shop next year when a 30-year-old regime of below-market-rate rents ends, highlighting the fragility of a retail recovery that has helped underpin the country's return to economic growth. Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
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