JAPAN: Retailers feel impact of earthquake

By just-food.com | 15 March 2011

Retailers are feeling the impact of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on Friday, with Costco announcing that two people died in the parking ramp of one of its outlets, while Lawson said that nearly 140 of its stores are out of service.

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Retailers are feeling the impact of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on Friday, with Costco announcing that two people died in the parking ramp of one of its outlets, while Lawson said that nearly 140 of its stores are out of service.

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