TAMPA, Fla. -- As the Sunshine State's competitive thermometer continues to heat up, Kash n' Karry here plans to reverse a negative sales trend with a spate of capital projects for the new fiscal year. The 100-store chain has budgeted $30 million for capital expenses in 1997, nearly the same amount as in fiscal 1996, which ended July 28, company executives said in a conference call with financial analysts. However, the 1997 plan has a broader range of priorities -- including new store ...

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