AUSTRALIA: David Jones optimistic for Foodchain turnaround
Upmarket Australian food retailer Foodchain says it will open six more stores in an attempt to bring the group close to profitability by the end of next year. Owner David Jones also said the group expects to open 40 stores within the next six years, together worth A$500m (US$252.6m). This would allow the group to capture about 1% of the A$42bn Australian grocery market, reported Sydney's
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