- A municipality should not interfere in the market; just ensure that the traffic conditions are in order, as well as ensure that the aesthetic is within reasonable limits.
How to write Jørn C. in one of the comments that are written on the jv.dk on brugsforeningen behind the Referendum in Gram's threat ahead of next week's council meeting, where the regional plan - bl.a. contains a new Rema 1000 in Copenhagen - is to vote.
'(Vi) does not believe that it is feasible for us to drive a healthy business in the Gram, if you choose to establish even a convenience store at the proposed location.
we have Therefore taken the decision to carry out a controlled shutdown of the store, which gives us the best conditions to get through this process', is therefore, in a letter from the Brugsforeningen in Toftlund, who runs a Referendum in Grams, and it stands to the debatlystne readers on the jv.dk, so is a closing completely o.k.:
- They are still too expensive for gammeldaws, writes Laila Z. thus, in his comment, and Carsten T. continues:
- the Coop, which among other things owns the Kvickly, Fakta, superbrugsen now and Irma, are owned by the members.
- Unfortunately, the price level is higher than in alternative supermarkets, including REMA 1000.
- Especially the Coops prices of organic goods significantly more expensive.
- REMA 1000 has become very popular with their alternative form of online shopping with groceries, writes Carsten, while Kurt A. supports brugsforeningen, who think that the Gram is too small for even a supermarket:
- So simple, it can be said.
- Otherwise it will not take more than ten years, before Rema1000 Grams moans: Stop Walmart, or we are closer.
- Can the town councils won't find out anything other than keep nedbrydningsfirmaer in time? In global competition it is only the discrete finansmonopol, which determines.