MONTREAL -- Metro-Richelieu here is gearing for growth under a new set of market conditions as it celebrates its 50th year of business in Canada. While the wholesale/retail giant has outlasted many of its former competitors, it now faces off against newer rivals including Price Costco and Wal-Mart, and will soon find Loblaw of Toronto entering its core market. Metro-Richelieu is committed to guarding its market share and may eventually expand beyond its core market. But first the company ...

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