The Australian Competition Authority raises preliminary competition concerns over the acquisition of a supermarket by a rival (Woolworths / SUPA IGA Karabar)

Woolworths’ proposed acquisition of SUPA IGA Karabar raises preliminary competition concerns* The ACCC has outlined preliminary competition concerns with Woolworths’s (ASX:WOW) proposed acquisition of the independent supermarket operating as SUPA IGA in Karabar, and co-located liquor store operating as Liquor Boss, in a statement of issues published today. Woolworths and SUPA IGA Karabar currently compete in supplying groceries in the broader Queanbeyan region

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority raises preliminary competition concerns over the acquisition of a supermarket by a rival (Woolworths / SUPA IGA Karabar), 8 December 2022, e-Competitions December 2022, Art. N° 110007

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