ETOBICOKE, Ontario (FNS) -- Oshawa Group here plans to hike capital spending about 60% this year to $186 million, executives said at the wholesaler's annual meeting. the advantages of chains with those offered by independent merchants who know their trading areas." Jonathan Wolfe, president and chief operating officer, said an incentive program begun in Quebec last year, which urged IGA retailers to enlarge their stores, will be rolled out nationwide. "Units that are too small merely ...

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