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Justin King 'won't compete' with Sainsbury's

25 February 2014 Last updated at 15:11 GMT

The outgoing boss of Sainsbury's, Justin King, has confirmed he will not work for a competitor of the supermarket.

Mr King, who is to stand down in July, did suggest however that he would go on to another "big job".

The 52-year-old told BBC Radio 5 live's Adam Parsons: "I have a clause in my contract which means that I won't compete with Sainsbury's.

"I'm very happy to honour that because Sainsbury's has been a big part of my life."

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