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With German grocer Lidl's entry into the US market this week, many are wondering how its stores will stack up against the competition. Company executives said Lidl will offer prices up to 50% lower than its rivals as well as smaller, more navigable stores, efficient, waste-cutting practices, a large focus on private brands and "in and out specials" ranging from leather wallets to charcoal grills.

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