NEW YORK -- The National Association of Chain Drug Stores will continue to push for a universal source tagging system on all retail products, despite findings in a study indicating such a system is not likely to exist in the near future. Conducted for NACDS by Arthur D. Little Co., Cambridge, Mass., the study on electronic article surveillance technology systems was released at a press conference here last month. The report concluded that a universal solution does not now exist, nor is ...
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