HONG KONG (FNS) -- Dairy Farm International here continues to look to Asia for long-term expansion, having earmarked $300 million for investment in existing and new businesses in 1995. The company, with diversified holdings in Europe, Asia and Australia, has numerous challenges as it embraces Asian nations in very different stages of development. The retailer, which last year posted sales of $5.6 billion (U.S.), has an Asian roster that includes food retail operations in Hong Kong, China, ...

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