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Minister doesn’t rule out govt-owned KiwiMarket to bring prices down

Says ‘all options are on the table’ after ComCom draft report finds NZ grocery market uncompetitive.

Dita De Boni Thu, 29 Jul 2021

Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister, David Clark refused to rule out the possibility of a government-backed grocery retailer as he spoke to journalists about the Commerce Commission’s retail grocery sector draft report, released today.

Responding to questions about the possibility of a

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