Tesco price promise and changes to comparative advertising
The Tesco price promise that hit the news recently has come in for criticism from industry analysts and competitors. The comparative model the price promise adopts is, however, merely an active response to the recent changes to the Committee of Advertising Practice/Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP/BCAP) code, which has relaxed the rules on price comparison…
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