CANADA/USA: Couche-Tard may buy stores from bankrupt Swifty Serve
Canadian retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard has announced it might be interested in purchasing stores owned by North Carolina-based Swifty Serve, which has recently said it will seek bankruptcy protection. Swifty Serve had previously reduced its number of stores in the south-eastern states from 560 to 450 in a bid to survive, but is now facing bankruptcy, reported the Toronto Star.
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