LONDON (FNS) -- Tesco stands to double its market share in Scotland after knocking rival J. Sainsbury here out of the contest to acquire the Scottish supermarket chain William Low & Co. Tesco, based in Hertfordshire, increased its offer for the 57-store Low chain last week to about $381 million (247.4 million pounds at the exchange rate of $1.54 per pound). Sainsbury said it considered its July 28 offer of about $325 million for Low as "full and fair" and decided not to counter Tesco's ...

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