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• In the UK, the Mirror reports that more than 14,000 staffers worked round the clock over the weekend to “change millions of price labels as the store giant launches the biggest price war in 25 years,” looking to cut prices on more than 3,000 “essentials.”

Tesco’s competitors are expected to follow suit, as all the food retailers seek to address what is called “the biggest squeeze on the cost of living for 60 years and ­growing fears of a double dip recession.”
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