ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Migros Turk, a supermarket chain here operating nearly 300 stores in several retail formats, is gearing up to test what would be its first store outfitted exclusively with customer self-checkout systems. The company has not yet developed the cashier-free format, but ongoing testing of self-checkout systems from two technology vendors will provide the experience and results that will determine how such a format could work. Migros is currently testing technology provided ...

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