Irish government again rejects Tesco's store plan:

12/1/2009 | Retail Week (U.K.) (subscription required)

Tesco was planning to develop a 130,000-square-foot store near Banbridge, in Ireland, but once again the Irish government has rejected the grocery giant's proposal. The new store would be Tesco's largest in Ireland. Tesco would gain easier access to cross-border trade with the site, but locals objected.

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