Aeon Co., which runs the Jusco supermarket chain, logged record sales and pretax profits on a consolidated basis for the first half of this business year, company officials said Wednesday.

The firm, which changed its name from Jusco Co. to Aeon in August, attributed the results to increased sales at Talbots, Inc., a U.S.-based fashion chain, and Aeon Credit Service Co.

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