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The German hard-discounter Lidl entered the UK in 1994 and at end-2011 had approaching 750 stores throughout the UK and Ireland. UK sales are estimated by RWKB at £2.65bn in 2011.

99p Stores may be a discounter but, after launching a broadband service last week and introducing coffee and bakeries to its shops, it seems the value war is no longer just about price as the brand makes a play for the convenience market.

Analysis: 99p Stores targets convenience supermarkets with retail overhaul

19-Sep-2014 | By

The budget retailer 99p Stores is undergoing an overhaul and raising its ambitions, chief operating officer Tony Brown tells Retail Week.

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Value grocer Lidl has launched a fashion range

Comment: Can value grocer Lidl disrupt the clothing sector?

2-Sep-2014 | By Dan Coen

The competition has once again heated up among the supermarket chains. Lidl has launched a value clothing range for women which will compete with value retailers such as Asda’s George and Primark.

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