WASHINGTON -- The future of retailing in the Pacific Rim is bright, according to a new report "Supermarket Operations in the Pacific Rim 1994" from the Food Marketing Institute here and the Australian Supermarket Institute. FMI and ASI surveyed four areas: Australia and New Zealand; Japan; Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan; and the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand. The report found that supermarket sales increased 37.1% over 1993 in Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and ...

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