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At Bewicke's, Radley saw such good horses as Roman Holiday, Money Market and Discount Market.
The global shortage of cotton is forcing retailers using the textile to increase prices or reduce their margins in the forthcoming years; the value of the discount market may increase as price points rise.
Mike Coupe, Sainsbury's chief executive designate who takes over from longserving boss Justin King next month, said: "is joint venture provides a great opportunity for us to gain exposure to the high-growth discount market for the rst time in partnership with Dansk Supermarked, whose expertise and values are a strong complement to our own.
Poundworld feels we are ready to seize the discount market.
I think maybe the business had lost its edge and as well as that the discount market has become much more crowded, so it is a tougher environment.
The UK discount market is only 6%, so there is significant room for growth,' said Mr Waedeled.
The discount market is really hotting up, while the rest of the industry remains, by contrast, fairly flat, judging by recent announcements," said Mr Clark.
Each chain is said to control about 44 percent of Canada's discount market.
While many discounters credit the rise in popularity and size of retailers such as Aldi, Netto, Lidl and Primark to UK consumers' new-found love of bargain hunting, not all areas of the discount market are in growth.
While it may suit full service airlines to use its rival, Liverpool is bound to remain more attractive to the discount market.
FNS)--Shelagh O'Neill, a loyal Zellers shopper for 20 years, doesn't think much of Wal-Mart, which recently launched its high-profile assault on the Canadian discount market.
In this second edition of the discount apparel retailing report, the growing global discount market is evaluated with forecasts to 2012.