Newsagents' group to sue An Post

The Convenience Stores and Newsagents' Association is taking a case against An Post in the High Court, as a result of an ongoing dispute with An Post's subsidiary PostPoint.

19th May, 2012
Vincent Jennings, chief executive of the CSNA. Photo: Press 22

The Convenience Stores and Newsagents' Association (CSNA) is taking a case against An Post in the High Court as a result of an ongoing dispute with An Post subsidiary PostPoint over the introduction of retail terminals in stores.

Since the beginning of March, stamps have only been available to shops which have an electronic terminal provided by PostPoint. The company has advised retailers that, in order to continue buying stamps wholesale to sell on to...

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