CHICAGO — IGA here said Tuesday it plans to re-enter South Africa through a partnership with Johannesburg-based Unitrade Management Services. IGA, whose members operate more than 5,300 stores in 38 countries around the world, originally entered South Africa in 2002, but there have been no IGA stores in the country since 2008. Unitrade is an independent management services group that provides a range of products and services for independent grocery retailers in the South African ...

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