LONDON - The British arm of German-owned discount supermarket Aldi said on Thursday it will return the full value of the business rates relief it has received during the pandemic.
It said over 100 million pounds ($134 million) will be paid back to the UK government and the devolved administrations.
Aldi's move follows that of Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury's.
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