UK: Asda to create 3,900 jobs with expansion
UK supermarket chain Asda has announced it is to create 3,900 jobs by the end of 2003 in a £360m (US$574.9m) expansion. The company, which is owned by US retail giant Wal-Mart, said it is to build seven new stores, relocate three others and expand five more. Yesterday [Monday] just-food.com reported on Asda's plans to add mezzanine floors to some stores. To read more, click
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