“Surveys that I have done indicate there is more enthusiasm for Target coming into Canada than there was about Wal-Mart coming in 1994,” said Strapagiel, whose own report suggests Sears and Wal-Mart are the most vulnerable competitors. “There are a lot of Canadians who like to shop Target when they are in the States.” Specifically, Strapagiel’s surveys indicate that 61% of Canadian shoppers are  “very” or “somewhat” interested ...

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