BATAVIA, Ill. — Discounter Aldi here on Wednesday said it will spend $125 million on its initial expansion into Texas. The retailer said it has already invested $50 million toward a distribution center under construction in Denton, Texas, that will serve as its area headquarters. The chain, as previously announced, plans to open 25 stores in North Texas beginning next year, along with the distribution center. Read More of Today's Headlines

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