Low prices the ace card for UK retailers amid calls for watchdog
The 'big four' UK supermarkets, already the subject of a government review, are now facing calls for an ombudsman to be set up to police the grocery sector. However, despite regular calls that supermarkets abuse their power, it remains uncertain whether their hegemony really threatens the public interest. After all, Ben Cooper reports, cut-throat competition means lower prices for consumers.
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