By  on October 21, 2018

MEXICO CITY — “We are doing very well and our 10 percent sales target will be reached,” boasted Ana Maria Baca, online manager at, the e-tailing arm of Sears Operadora México S.A. de C.V., the fortunes of which are rising after last year’s earthquakes destroyed one of its flagships and dented sales.

Indeed, the nearly 100-strong department-store network belonging to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is about to reopen its key shop in Galerías Coapa, a Mexico City mall owned by rival Liverpool that was heavily damaged in last fall’s earthquake.

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