Store rollout pays off

Discount retailer The Reject Shop expects its profit to grow as it continues its aggressive rollout of new stores. The company opened 41 stores in the past financial year and has opened another 33 since the beginning of July. Trading in the stores had so far exceeded expectations, managing director Chris Bryce told the company's annual meeting.

Discount retailer The Reject Shop expects its profit to grow as it continues its aggressive rollout of new stores. The company opened 41 stores in the past financial year and has opened another 33 since the beginning of July. Trading in the stores had so far exceeded expectations, managing director Chris Bryce told the company's annual meeting.

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