BUDAPEST, Hungary -- Alfa Trading Co., Hungary's largest food wholesaler, plans to open its largest cash-and-carry unit here by the end of the year. share, according to Harold B. Finch Jr., chairman and chief executive officer of Nash Finch Co., Minneapolis. Nash Finch is one of four companies that acquired 75% of Alfa two years ago. The other investors are Hungarian-American Enterprise Fund, which shares an equal interest with Nash Finch, and two minority owners: Euroventures Hungary ...

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