AUSTRALIA: Speculation fever as Aldi entrance imminent into Australian grocery sector
German discount retailer Aldi is attracting consummate amounts of local media speculation on its imminent arrival in Australia. Due to open its first outlet in Nowra at the end of this week, the opening dates for Wallsend and Cessnock stores are still under embargo and interest has been further sparked by the news that staff have been sent on expensive training courses in the UK and Germany.
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