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Nisa-Today’s members have backed the board’s plans to demerge its retail and wholesale arms. The buying group’s members overwhelmingly voted in favour of separating Nisa and the Today’s Group at its agm in Scunthorpe this week, paving the…
Members of Nisa-Today s have rubber-stamped the board s plans to separate its retail and wholesale arms. The buying group s members overwhelmingly voted in favour of splitting Nisa and the Today s Group at this week s AGM in Scunthorpe paving the way for a separation early ...
Retailer groups have given a cautious welcome to the government’s pledge to cut red tape. The Association of Convenience Stores and the British Retail Consortium backed the launch this week of the Red Tape Challenge website, which gives businesses and members of the public a forum to highlight badly designed regulations they believe create an unnecessary burden.
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