BOSTON -- A recent study here found that inner-city residents strongly prefer national brand groceries, and are willing to pay a little more for these items because they trust them. The study, called "Catalyzing Private Sector Inner-City Retail Investment and Services," presents a business case for pursuing retail opportunities in the inner city. According to the report, densely populated urban areas can possess up to six times as much buying power per square mile as surrounding ...

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