Nisa retailers have called on the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to consider the impact nearby Co-op and Nisa stores stocking the same own-label products would have on competition, as it embarks on a phase one inquiry.
A deadline of 9 March has been set for retailers to submit concerns to the inquiry into the £143m acquisition, first approved in October. The merger, if…
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