UK: Sainsbury's, Boots may abandon JV
A health and beauty joint venture between UK supermarket Sainsbury's and UK health and beauty chain Boots may be abandoned in order for Sainsbury's to focus on the bidding war for Safeway. The two companies have been testing a joint venture whereby Boots takes over the whole health and beauty range in large, out-of-town Sainsbury's stores. Trials have taken place in nine stores since October 2001.
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