The supermarket industry is probably represented by too many trade associations for this era of re-engineering, company mergers and efficiency searches. That's no more than an opinion, of course, but many in the industry think it contains more than a bit of truth. And it's an opinion well supported by this week's front page news about the National Association of Service Merchandising. NASM has looked around and decided this isn't the time to go it alone. It's seeking a new direction that ...
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