The economy on Guam is growing leaner with tourist arrivals down and the military buildup - however imminent - still on the horizon. Food wholesalers and retailers have not been unaffected. "Fewer visitors means fewer dollars in the local economy which translates into less spending overall by the consumers less spending in restaurants less spending in local eateries in clubs and even in grocery stores "" said Michael Brown general manager of J&G Co. Inc. of which Micronesian Brokers Inc. is a subsidiary . . .
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