Canadian firm to open retail stores

Convenience 2 U Inc. and Dollar Bazar, a Canada-based retail outlet network, headed by a Pakistani businessman Laiq Anjum seeks business opportunities in Karachi and other parts of Sindh to offer a variety of consumer items — including imported — to the general public in all localities of the city at affordable prices.

The company operates 173 stores in Canada and intends to open 30 stores in Karachi and other parts of the province.

Besides grocery, the stores will offer a variety of consumer items to the public at all places that may include Nazimabad, Gulshan, Landhi, Model Town, Guru Mandir, Lasbela and many other parts.

Source: Dawn

1 Comment so far

  1. Hasan Zuberi (unregistered) on March 5th, 2007 @ 8:18 pm

    Good to read something worth reading.

    In a recent seminar on IBM Retail System, the presenter informed the audience about interest of big retail outlets from Middle East to open stores all over Pakistan.

    Lets see, with this fast pace of “development” in our country when can we all see these facilities to the under-previlige …. still hard to imagine a foreign fast food outlet at Liaqatabad vacinity.



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