GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General Corp. here said Monday it expects to reap ongoing benefits from its ability to serve economically challenged consumers. "We’ve seen no erosion in what’s happening with the trade-down customer,” Richard W. Dreiling, chairman and chief executive officer, said. “That customer continues to be one of the segments that we continue to grow, so we’re very, very bullish about 2013. “The shortfall in the ...

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