NEW YORK — Carrefour SA’s second-quarter revenue increase beat analysts’ estimates, but lower sales in France forced Europe’s largest retailer to cut its full-year sales growth forecast.

For the three months ended June 30, the Paris-based giant said total sales grew 3.5 percent to 19.78 billion euros, from 19.15 billion euros a year ago. Excluding currency fluctuations, sales would have grown by a slightly more robust 4.4 percent, said Carrefour in a statement.

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