UK: Sainsbury's aware of the crosshairs (COMMENT)
UK grocer Sainsbury's has admitted that if Asda maintains its current growth rate, the upstart could take its position as the UK's number two supermarket chain. Wal-Mart's heavy investment in Asda has allowed it to expand geographically, provide competitive prices and build a wider range - key areas which will win or lose customers.
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