UK: Ocado sees "opportunity" in Tesco online push

By Katy Askew | 4 October 2012

Ocado, the UK's largest online grocer, has said it views news that retail giant Tesco is increasing its focus on e-retailing as an "opportunity" rather than a threat.

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Ocado, the UK's largest online grocer, has said it views news that retail giant Tesco is increasing its focus on e-retailing as an "opportunity" rather than a threat.

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