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Bon app�tit: France offers Tesco hope in the supermarket price wars
When Tesco's chief executive Dave Lewis lays the troubled grocer's half-yearly results out before the City on Thursday they are expected to be ugly.
Tesco sales worst in the grocery industry  
Tesco suffers worst decline in grocery sector  
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