WASHINGTON — The status quo national election of 2012 has left retailers and their national associations in limbo about the future of many issues they consider important, from tax reform to measures that could foster economic expansion.
“Our industry is challenged by continued high unemployment and the continued uncertainty that we face coming out of Washington,” said Steve Smith, chairman and chief executive officer, K-VA-T Food Stores, Abingdon, Va. “We need to ...
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