Why Target took aim at Canada

01/14/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Target's planned move into Canada this year will be the first international move for the US retail chain, which needs to expand outside its home turf to ensure future growth, analysts say. Canada makes sense to start the move into new markets because many Canadian consumers already shop at Target when they visit the US, but there are still challenges, including incorporating French into its Quebec stores, says Target Canada President Tony Fisher.

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