NEW YORK -- French hypermarket operator Carre-four plans to add up to 36 international stores by the end of this year, more than half of which are targeted for South America and Mexico, said Herve Defforey, chief financial officer. Ten stores are slated for Brazil, five for Argentina and five or six for Mexico. Eight to 10 units are planned for Asia (Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Korea and Hong Kong). Europe (excluding France) stands to get five new stores: four for Spain and one for Italy. ...

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