GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. -- Dollar General here last week said it planned to add 20 of its test-stage discount grocery stores next year, and expand its refrigerated and frozen offerings throughout its entire chain by 2005. Speaking at the company's annual conference for financial analysts, Lawrence V. Jackson, president and chief operating officer, Dollar General, also said the company planned to open 675 new conventional Dollar General stores next year, adding to its current tally of 6,653. ...

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