EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Tesco U.S. here said last week it expects to continue its rapid store expansion program, despite a U.S. District Court ruling that said it must do more work to satisfy environmental compliance issues at its distribution center. The ruling (see story, Page 39) was issued the same day Cheshunt, England-based Tesco completed a three-day conference for British and American investors that included tours of stores, the distribution center and an adjacent central kitchen. ...

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