IRELAND: Tesco cuts 10,000 prices
Tesco has said that it has cut the prices of more than 5,000 grocery products in Ireland following the deregulation of the sector with the abolition of the Groceries Order in May. And the retailer doesn't intend to stop there: Tesco Ireland plans to reduce the price of a further 5,000 products by early 2007.
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