GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Mexican food retailers and suppliers should develop closer alliances now that this nation is taking a bigger role in the world economy, speakers at a retailer conference here said last week.
Jose A. Morera, chief executive officer of Organizacion Benavides, a retail chain in Monterrey, Mexico, said closer vendor-store relations will enable distribution costs to be lowered, which should reduce margins and lower prices for the consumer.
"We have to create an ...
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