Tuesday, September 01, 2009

The conveniently simplistic interpretations BBPA make of data to serve the agendas of their paymasters are breathtaking in their deliberate disingenuity and obscurantism.

The fact that retail prices across independent and tied sectors balance out at the same levels is only to be expected in a market where end price is determined by the lowest possible margin tied tenants are able to make without pricing themselves out of their local market absolutely... independents, with relative freedom to pick and choose what amount they charge customers for a pint of beer because their supply prices are so much lower than tied, are bound to follow the lowest common denominator of retail prices established by local tied competition

utterly irrelevant as evidence to the issue o

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