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Watch out America, Tesco intends to invade you next! Topics Business and finance books The Observer. Simms does make some interesting points about Tesco’s cavalier attitude Whilst this book had its moments it was too rambling and unfocused to provide a useful overview of Tesco.
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Simms does make some interesting points about Tesco’s cavalier attitude to gaining planning permission and unwillingness to respond to criticism but his analysis is weakened by sections where he doesn’t supply enough solid evidence to support his statements. Andrew Simms Anrrew Simms is the sims of several books including the bestselling Tescopoly. I was even inspired to write to the Vancouver city council enquiring how they decided to give planning permission because it seems to me that most shops that close down are goodies and most that open are expensive, boring and chains.
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