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SECAUCUS, NJ-While New Jersey-based Toys “R” Us said last week it plans to open 100 stores over the next year, The Children’s Place kids’ clothing company based here said Thursday it may close 170 stores over the next few years.

During an earnings call, Children’s Place executives said 100 under-performing locations will definitely be closed by 2016. No sites were specified, but executives said they were talking about oversized stores in shopping malls, mostly in the United States.  

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