THAILAND: Tesco runs into trouble with Thai government
UK supermarket group Tesco has been accused, along with three other retailers, of charging suppliers in exchange for selling their products in the group's supermarkets in Thailand. Tesco and French giant Carrefour, which has also been accused, are among the few foreign retailers operating in Thailand, but already the new entrants control half of the market between them. Small domestic retail chains and independent stores complain that they have had to cut prices in order to compete.
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