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    Describe Tesco and Sainsbury's business-level strategy.

    Explain if you think the strategy is appropriate to offset the forces in the industry. Recommend any changes you believe should be made.

    Describe any challenges you foresee.

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    Tesco has a fairly straight-forward approach to remain a competitive force in the industry: build bigger and better stores and sales will increase. The strategy has worked. In the mid-90s Tesco increased its store size by an average of 22%. Sales increased by 14% per square foot. During the same period, Sainsbury's increase store size by 10% and increased sales by only 3%. There are, ...

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    Describes the strategies that Tesco and Sainsbury's stores use to drive the industry and competitiveness.

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