UK: Evidence emerges of Tesco land banking policies
Berwin Leighton Paisner, a law firm representing the UK's largest supermarket chain, has revealed to the North Norfolk district council that Tesco entered into a contract with council prohibiting the sale of council land to the retailer's competitors. These so-called land banking practices are to form the central focus of the Competition Commission inquiry into the UK grocery sector.
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