By and and and and  on October 7, 2008

The tightening global credit crisis and economic slowdown exacted a 6.2 percent toll on retail shares Tuesday and may begin to limit retailers’ plans for international expansion.

Once viewed as a partial remedy for the ills of the U.S. market, stores searching for growth abroad could begin to get a cooler reception overseas as consumers throughout Europe and Asia cut back, experts said.

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