Talking shop: UK food retailers face fresh discount threat
Discount retailers are again making headlines in the UK. With the economy faltering, the likes of Aldi are gaining share at the expense of the country's major retailers. As Sam Webb writes, the likes of Asda and Sainsbury's are fighting back and emphasising that consumers can find value with them.
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