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All of Britain’s big four food retailers - including No. 2 Sainsbury’s and No. 3 Asda who want to combine - are chasing efficiency savings to fund price cuts so they can better compete with discounters Aldi and Lidl, who are still winning market share. Tesco set out a plan in October 2016 to reduce operating costs by 1.5 billion pounds ($2 billion) over three years through efficiencies in its distribution network and stores and from procurement savings. It needs the cost savings to help achieve its target of a group operating margin of 3.5 percent to 4.0 percent by the 2019-20 financial year, up from 2.9 percent in 2017-18.

Bernstein analyst Bruno Monteyne estimated the cost savings of Tesco’s latest program to be 150 million to 170 million pounds a year, with a 50 million pounds restructuring charge taken in the 2018-19 accounts, He reckons 70 percent of the benefits will be felt in 2019-20, leaving further margin upside for 2020-21, “Anybody doubting the Tesco margin recovery should think again,” he said, Shares in Tesco, up 5 percent over the last year, were down 1.5 percent bow tie and cufflinks set at 1535 GMT, ($1 = 0.7601 pounds)..

PARIS (Reuters) - Efforts by Alstom and Siemens to create a European rail champion could yet hit the buffers despite their latest concessions to try to address antitrust concerns. The merger aims to create the world’s second largest rail company — with combined revenues of about 15 billion euros ($17.1 billion) — but the deal has met opposition since it was announced in September 2017 . In a statement on Monday, France’s Alstom confirmed that last-minute concessions had been offered, but sounded a note of caution, adding: “There is, however, still no certainty that the content of this package will be sufficient to alleviate the concerns of the (European) Commission.”.

People familiar with the matter said last bow tie and cufflinks set week that the European Union competition watchdog would block the deal, with a decision likely on Feb, 6, before the Feb, 18 deadline, German politician Manfred Weber, leader of the European People’s Party in the European Parliament, said the latest proposals were a good way forward, But a senior EU official cautioned that if the new concessions did not completely remedy problems raised by a market inquiry, the EU competition office will have no room for maneuvers..

Germany’s Siemens and Alstom have argued that their deal would help them be better equipped to compete with China’s state-owned CRRC, but the EU has stressed its concerns lay with defending consumer interests rather than creating regional industrial powerhouses. The combined revenues of the rail company would be roughly half the size of CRRC but double Canada’s Bombardier. To sweeten the deal, the two companies are now prepared to share Siemens’ high-speed train technology for 10 years instead of five in Europe, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters last week.

European Union Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager told Reuters on Sunday her staff were reviewing last-minute changes filed by the two companies on Friday, But she added that they had come “way, way over the usual deadline.”, Asked if the door was still open for a possible agreement, Vestager said, “We’re looking at what was handed over to us this Friday, This is the last push, if at all possible.”, Competition agencies in bow tie and cufflinks set Germany, Britain, Spain, the Netherlands and Belgium have warned against the merger, saying the first set of concessions fell short..

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. economy is expected to lose $3 billion from the 35-day partial federal government shutdown over President Donald Trump’s demand for border wall funding, congressional researchers said on Monday. The cost of the shutdown will make the U.S. economy 0.02 percent smaller than expected in 2019, a report by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) said. But researchers said more significant effects will be felt by individual businesses and workers, particularly the nearly 800,000 federal employees who went without pay.

Overall, the U.S, economy lost about $11 billion during the five-week period, the report said, But CBO expects $8 billion to be recovered as the government reopens and federal workers receive back pay, The U.S, government reopened fully on Monday, It remained to be seen how lawmakers address border security before the Feb, 15 deadline while avoiding another closure, Trump had demanded $5.7 billion toward building his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, which he says is necessary to stop illegal immigration, human trafficking and drug smuggling, bow tie and cufflinks set Democrats oppose any money for a wall but say they back additional funding for security measures along the border..