Kozo Yamashita, president of the failed supermarket chain Mycal Corp., said Friday he expects a sponsor for the company’s rehabilitation to take over its 100 profitable outlets.

Mycal has 164 stores nationwide and sales at the 100 profitable ones total around 800 billion yen, showing a pretax profit of 20 billion yen, he said at a news conference in Tokyo.

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