Asda’s purchase of Co-op’s petrol stations could increase prices, CMA finds

The deal gives rise to a realistic prospect of a substantial lessening of competition and therefore higher prices faced by consumers

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has revealed that Asda’s acquisition of 132 petrol stations owned by Arthur Foodstores Limited could cause competition concerns in 13 UK locations. 

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