MIAMI — The Russians are coming. A firm headed by a Russian retailer, with backing from Dutch investors, is seeking to build a chain of small food stores in South Florida. AgroTrade International has begun scouting for retail sites and hiring workers for a chain it said could have 400 stores and $1 billion in revenue within four years, according to various job postings by the group. The planned rollout is backed by a $500 million investment from the private Dutch investment fund ...

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