CHICAGO -- IGA here said it is scheduled to add three major Chinese retailers with 363 supermarkets to its membership next week, a move that will boost the total volume of IGA's members by approximately $1.2 billion. The formal signing ceremony is scheduled to take place during IGA's Summit in Rancho Mirage, Calif., next week. IGA currently licenses 58 stores in China operated by two companies, with combined volume of $450 million. According to Tom Haggai, IGA chairman and chief executive ...

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