SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Pueblo Xtra International here said the company's declining sales and same-store sales, as well as its increasing net loss, in the first quarter was due to increasing competition and to a decline in the Puerto Rican economy in the past year or so. sed 10.4% for the quarter. The company attributed this decline to increased competition and a lack of customer interest in renting or buying the new videos released during the period. For the quarter, the company recorded ...

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