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  אדר 20, 5768 , 26/02/08

Israeli Supermarket May Open in U.S.

The Rami Levy supermarket chain, which recently initiated a price war in its Jerusalem stores, is considering opening up branches in Jewish neighborhoods in the United States, Globes reported. Los Angeles and New York are the likely locations of initial outlets, and Rami Levy also might buy out private supermarkets.

Levy will visit the U.S. to examine first-hand the possibilities. Most of the company's stores are in Jerusalem, Modi'in and Beit Shemesh, but it also is examining the possibility of opening up stores in Tel Aviv and other parts of the country.

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