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Tata deal makes Tesco the first foreign supermarket into India

Published on April 12th, 2014

UK-based retail chain will run 12 stores in joint venture with Tata subsidiary Trent  Tesco has announced a joint- venture deal with India’s Tata Group to become the first foreign…

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