IRELAND: Dunnes, Tesco to be prosecuted over alleged below-cost selling
Irish competition authorities are to prosecute Irish retailers Dunnes and Tesco Ireland over allegations that they violated a ban on selling products below cost. Investigators have been examining invoices from both retailers following complaints that babyfood was sold at a below-cost price, reported The Grocer. Selling goods below cost is banned in Ireland under the Groceries Order.
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