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RGDATA accused of double standards over Lidl site

A man campaigning to allow German discount retailer Lidl to open a store in Drogheda, Co Louth, has accused the grocers' lobby group RGDATA of double standards.

24th September, 2005

A man campaigning to allow German discount retailer Lidl to open a store in Drogheda, Co Louth, has accused the grocers' lobby group RGDATA of double standards.

James O'Neill questioned why RGDATA has opposed Lidl's application to open in a retail park when some of its own members are already trading in retail parks.

O'Neill said there was a SuperValu store at Poppyfield Retail Park, about two kilometres from the centre of Clonmel town in...

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