AUSTRALIA: Independents fight back against supermarket giants
With leading Australian supermarket operators Woolworths and Coles Myer both committed to continuing to expand their reach, an association of their independent rivals is staging a campaign to fight back. The National Association of Retail Grocers of Australia (NARGA) has submitted to the Dawson review of the Trade Practices Act no fewer than 25 recommendations aimed at restricting anti-competitive policies by the two leading multiples.
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