USA: Albertson's unveils plan to invest US$184m in Dallas/Fort Worth
US grocery giant Albertson's plans to invest US$184m in new store and fuel centre construction, and existing store remodels, through the Dallas/Fort Worth area. "We are here to stay," said chairman and CEO Larry Johnston: "By increasing our store base, remodelling our existing stores as well as continuing to introduce new marketing and merchandising plans we will strengthen our position [in] this community."
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