AUSTRALIA: Fresco Supermarkets reveal ambitious expansion plans; may buy Franklins stores
New South Wales (NSW) retailer Fresco Supermarkets is embarking on an ambitious expansion drive in preparation for a listing on the Australian Stock Exchange by 2003. In a bid to gain some of the market share from the sector's few closely-knit competitors, the company has signalled interest in nearly half of the 287 stores currently controlled by beleaguered discount chain
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