AUSTRALIA: Consumer Affairs survey finds price discrepancy across state, retailers unconvinced
A Consumer Affairs survey has highlighted a large discrepancy in the price of groceries across Tasmania, but supermarket chiefs have questioned the accuracy of the test after errors in the figures forced the government to issue a correction. Peter Patmore, Consumer Affairs Minister, stood by the survey's conclusions but admitted that in order to give an unbiased result it "will continue into the future". The survey was conducted by the government, in conjunction with the
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