Tesco chief: Merger will 'enhance choice'
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Tesco boss: Merger is 'low-risk'

The UK's biggest supermarket group, Tesco, has agreed to buy UK’s biggest food wholesaler, Booker Group, in a £3.7bn deal.

Tesco's chief executive Dave Lewis told the Today programme the two businesses had a complementary set of skills and he saw the merger as "low-risk" and something that would "enhance choice, quality and value".

  • 27 Jan 2017
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