ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Gigante USA -- the Mexican retailer that is running into resistance in its efforts to open a store here -- is scheduled to take its case before the Anaheim City Council tomorrow. If the company can't get approval to obtain a liquor license and open a store here, company officials said they would take the matter to the state and even to the board of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Gigante has already signed a lease to open a store in Anaheim Plaza, a regional ...
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