Mexican Soriana sees $363 mln investment in 2013
MEXICO CITY Feb 1 (Reuters) - Mexico's No. 2 retailer Soriana said on Friday it expects to invest 4.6 billion pesos ($363 million) this year to open 60 new stores across the country and boost its land reserves for development of future facilities.
Soriana also forecast growth of between 4 and 5 percent in 2013 in the installed capacity of its sales floor and to reach about 240 cities by end-year, the company said in a statement to the Mexican stock exchange.
The company shares closed on Thursday at 49.23 pesos.
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