Convenience store openings slow in Japan

TOKYO — Major convenience store operators in Japan are putting the brakes on store openings following rapid expansion, turning their focus to profitability. The three major operators — Seven-Eleven Japan, FamilyMart and Lawson– plan a net increase of …
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