CHICAGO -- The retail food industry expects to see benefits in the form of increased consumer confidence and spending power from the plan to stimulate the economy unveiled by President Bush here last week, industry executives told SN. "The tax credit will put $1,200 to $1,600 into the economy right away for families with an average of three children because they won't have to save that money for taxes," said Jack Brown, chairman, president and chief executive officer, Stater Bros. Markets, ...
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