VIEWPOINT: Target makes up for lost time with Canadian move
By Leonie Barrie | 14 January 2011
Having been criticised for being slow to cash in on the potential of international expansion, US discount retailer Target Corp is now making up for lost time with a CAD1.825bn (US$1.83bn) swoop on Canadian discount chain Zellers.
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