The sale of one of Walmart's biggest international assets is on the rocks after a watchdog warned it could increase prices and lower quality
Wednesday, 20 February 2019 **
· *A merger between Walmart-owned Asda and Sainsbury's is under threat after a competition authority warned the deal could increase prices and reduce quality.*
· *The UK Competition and Markets Authority said it has "extensive concerns" about the deal, which would create a £13 billion ($17 billion) grocery giant.*
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