WASHINGTON - Joseph T. Hansen, international president of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union here, asked Britain's Prince Andrew to help arrange a meeting with Tesco so the union can help the retailer gain a better understanding of the communities it serves. He made the request in a letter, dated last Friday, that the union said was hand-delivered to the prince, who is in the U.S. as an emissary for British trade. In it, Hansen wrote: "It has been reported that [Tesco's] first ...
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