CANADA: Target to open up to 135 stores from 2013
By Leonie Barrie | 26 September 2011
Ahead of its move into Canada, value retailer Target Corporation has finalised the number of leases it is taking over for stores operated by discount chain Zellers, a subsidiary of Hudson's Bay Co, and now says it will open between 125 to 135 stores in 2013.
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