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Tesco’s Convenience Store Subsidiary Continues To Build Its Network

July 5, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Tesco (U.K.) subsidiary One Stop Stores Ltd. says it will acquire 33 convenience stores from Alfred Jones Ltd., a Spar retailer that operates 49 convenience stores and 18 forecourt sites in the North West of England. With the purchase, One Stop will have a total of 682 stores in England and Wales. The company said it plans to invest in refurbishing the newly acquired stores. Tesco purchased the One Stop stores in 2003.
"One Stop to acquire 33 convenience stores", News release, Tesco, July 05, 2013, © Tesco
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