UK: Tesco resorts to grey market hoard to defy Sony number allocations
Supermarket giant Tesco is back in the grey area of retailing this week, after defying the efforts of Sony to control the numbers of its PlayStation 2 games console available on the UK market. When it was launched last month, Sony was heavily criticised for limiting UK availability of the new must-have in games technology to only 165,000 consoles, but now Tesco has inflamed the electronics giant by importing a hoard of around 2,500 from a "secret location" in northern Europe.
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