Tesco and Asda at loggerheads in strapline row

October 2002
Marketing (00253650);10/24/2002, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the dispute between Tesco PLC and Asda Group PLC after Great Britain's greatest retailer attempted to trademark advertising straplines identical to those used by Asda Group PLC.


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