BOSTON — A reported deal to sell the Asian supermarket chain Super 88 here to a New York company may be held up by two separate buyers who said they’d already made deals to buy individual stores, reports said. According to the Boston Globe, two potential buyers have asked a county court judge to halt the sale of Super 88 to Hong Kong Supermarkets of New York. Hong Kong had already posted signs in three Super 88 locations announcing it was soon to take over, the Globe report said. Read More ...

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