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Canadian gov't approves Target's expansion plans

Following a review by the Canadian government to see whether Target's "cultural" sales contain enough Canadian content, the Minnesota-based retailer Friday was given an OK to open stores in the country. With the approval, Target plans to open at least 125 stores in Canada starting next March.
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Following a review by the Canadian government to see whether Target's "cultural" sales contain enough Canadian content, the Minnesota-based retailer Friday was given an OK to open stores in the country. With the approval, Target plans to open at least 125 stores in Canada starting next March.

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