IGA, Chicago, said last week it plans to develop its existing on-line exchange to the level that it will essentially connect with every point within its global system's supply and distribution channels. IGA said its Alliance exchange, a business-to- cutive officer, said, "A unified connectivity will deliver solutions directly to the door of every IGA retailer, whether his or her independent business is in Johannesburg or Joplin [Mo.]. The retailers who represent us face ever-changing ...

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