CHESHUNT, England (FNS) -- Tesco plc here wants to be a major international player. The U.K.'s largest food retailer last week outlined plans to have 45% of its selling space and $7 billion of its sales in key overseas markets by the year 2002. "Tesco is moving from being a domestic player to being an international retailer of real scale giving us a strong position in the league of major international retailers," Terry Leahy, Tesco's chief executive, said. Industry observers in the past ...

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