BEAVERTON, Ore. -- A landmark Asian supermarket from Seattle, Uwajimaya, plans to open its first out-of-state store here in December, in a remodeled retail warehouse store, president Akira Moriguchi said. Beaverton is a suburb of Portland with a strong high-technology business sector. The new store's site is in an upscale Asian business district, much of it Korean-American owned. The building was formerly occupied by Jafco and Best Products stores. The flagship Uwajimaya store in Seattle's ...

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