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Old 02-09-2013, 04:10 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by johnking View Post
Respect the traditions. What has being trussed up and lying on a block of ice in a chilled cabinet, perhaps for days or weeks without food got to do with tradition. Its to do with profit and what they can get away with.
But for international law, Tesco would doubtless sell, Rhino horn, tiger parts, elephant and other highly profitable lines.
I've been through China and seen it. Other groups have complained to Tesco. Same response, they have a very convenient answer. Respecting tradition.

It has been recently reported that Tesco is to sell off all or part of it's Chinese supermarket subsidiary.
Perhaps the investment in this market has "turned turtle"?
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