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REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo More By James Davey LONDON (Reuters) - Tesco appeared to emerge victorious from a pricing row with Unilever on Friday, with its shares rising 5 percent and analysts saying Britain's biggest retailer had scored a public relations coup by casting itself as the consumer's champion. Though details of the agreement between the supermarket group and one of its main suppliers were not disclosed, analysts said Unilever had probably at least partially backed down in its bid to raise prices to compensate for a plunge in sterling following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. "For the first time in many years, Tesco is coming across as the consumer champion and in the popular press is being reported as the company fighting to keep prices low for shoppers. This is good news for Tesco," said HSBC analyst มติชน David McCarthy, who has a "hold" rating on the stock. On Wednesday, Tesco (TSCO.L) halted online sales of goods produced by Unilever (ULVR.L), taking the unusual step of making a dispute with a major supplier public after the Anglo-Dutch group pushed for a 10 percent increase in prices on top-selling products such as Marmite and Pot Noodle. On Thursday, after the standoff had dominated the news agenda, both companies said the spat had been resolved. Friday's British newspapers laid the blame for the row firmly at Unilever's door. A front page headline on The Sun, Britain's biggest selling newspaper, was "Greedy Marmite bosses back off", while The Daily Mail went with "The Great Marmite Scam," blaming Unilever for exploiting the Brexit vote to hike prices and highlighting that some of the products it was demanding price rises for were actually made in Britain. Some analysts said "Marmitegate" benefited Unilever as much as it did Tesco, giving it a possible sales boost from all the publicity, which even included a voucher in Friday's Daily Mail for a free large jar at rival supermarket Iceland.
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Lee Sun-jin at the Pentagon on Thursday, the two sides condemned North Korea's nuclear and missile provocations and agreed to continue to find effective countermeasures, South Korean newspaper Segye Ilbo reported. The meeting was part of the 41st Military Committee Meeting between the two countries, which have been held since 1978. The mutual assistance system would entail exchanging intelligence on North Korea submarines, according to South Korean press reports. "We will build a practical U.S.-South Korea cooperation system to respond effectively to North Korea's provocations, and continue to work together on the deployment of THAAD," Lee said. Dunford reaffirmed unwavering U.S. commitment to the bilateral alliance and extended deterrence. The two sides may have also discussed equipping U.S. Aegis destroyers with SM-3 missiles, and then deploying the missile destroyers to the Korean peninsula, South Korean newspaper Munhwa Ilbo reported. A South Korean military source who spoke to the Munhwa on the condition of anonymity said bilateral mutual assistance would entail the sharing of information collected through U.S. reconnaissance satellites and nuclear-powered submarines. The goal of intelligence sharing is to push for containment of North Korea submarines that can launch SLBMs, according to the report.
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