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DWF Food & Retail Reg Update: Reference Period for Sainsbury’s- Asda merger extended; DEFRA Consult on National Air… https://t.co/fVBrNdCuiH
Retail, Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 17 February. This week we took a look at the Sainsbury’s- Asda merger, the National Air pollution control programme, and more gambling restrictions.
DWF Food & Retail Reg Update: Which call for strengthening of UK enforcement system; Advertising rulings on failure… https://t.co/RN6SYIHuBj
Local authorities preparing bids for the Government's new £675m Future High Streets Fund have been reminded of the need to factor State aid compliance into the design of their proposals ahead of the first round submission date of 22 March 2019.
Developments this week include: No.10 have published a transcript of a meeting held on 7th February to explore ways forward on the legal backstop re the Irish border.
Retail, Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 10 February. Consumer organisation Which has published a detailed report on ‘Creating a successful enforcement system for UK consumers’.
What is Australia's retail outlook for this year? Our latest post as part of our #GlobalConsumer19 series with… https://t.co/BpI7EWwRcG
"China's enconomy continues to dazzle, with a stellar GDP growth of 6.9%" Our latest post in the #GlobalConsumer19… https://t.co/h2ZOnPNSqb