MATTHEWS, N.C. - Harris Teeter here said that it would spend more than $400 million in the next two years to accommodate an accelerated program of store openings, including 18 new stores set to open before the end of its current fiscal year in early November. ons, the company added. Overall square footage would expand by 12% in the current fiscal year, as opposed to an 8% total growth in fiscal 2005. The expense increases reflect an accelerated opening program and higher construction ...

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