LONDON (FNS) -- J. Sainsbury here continues on the acquisition trail with a $71.1 million (45-million-pound) deal to buy three warehouse clubs from U.K. cash-and-carry operator Nurdin & Peacock. permarket format. A site in Bristol will become a Sainsbury's superstore, and the third club, in Croydon, will be sold. The company plans to spend about $31.6 million (20 million pounds) on the new stores. The sale marks Nurdin's withdrawal from the warehouse club market after launching its ...
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