Teseo Posts Sales & Market Share Decline As Dunnes Grows

December 2013
Checkout;Dec2013, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p6
The article focuses on market share figures from consumer panel Kantar Worldpanel as of November 10, 2013 according to which market share of retailer Tesco PLC has declined from 28 percent to 26.5 percent whereas market share of retailer Dunnes Stores has increase from 23 percent to 23.6 percent.


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