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  • Lidl anonymously opens outlet stores
  • Lidl anonymously opens outlet stores
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Lidl anonymously opens outlet stores

Across Europe, Lidl has become known for its outstanding value, rather than simply for its low prices. Eager to sell surplus stock, the company has been opening outlet stores - but anonymously, so as not to devaluate the current positioning of its brand.

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