Thursday, 29th January 2015

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Thu 29th Jan 15, 06:00:02

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis revealed the names of 43 Tesco stores that will be closed down in an attempt to reduce overheads, said the City A.M. The chain revealed it will close 30 convenience stores, including 18 express outlets and 12 inner-city Metro shops. The closures are spread across the UK and will occur 15 March and 4 April.

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