A branded taxi stands outside Unilever's Marmite factory in Burton upon Trent, Britain. Photo: Reuters A branded taxi stands outside Unilever's Marmite factory in Burton upon Trent, Britain. Photo: Reuters
A branded taxi stands outside Unilever's Marmite factory in Burton upon Trent, Britain. Photo: Reuters
Stephen Vines
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Stephen Vines

‘Marmageddon’ would never happen in Hong Kong, given the monopolistic domination of our two main food store operators

ParkNShop and Wellcome not only maintain high prices but appear to be acting in concert to keep them that way

A branded taxi stands outside Unilever's Marmite factory in Burton upon Trent, Britain. Photo: Reuters A branded taxi stands outside Unilever's Marmite factory in Burton upon Trent, Britain. Photo: Reuters
A branded taxi stands outside Unilever's Marmite factory in Burton upon Trent, Britain. Photo: Reuters
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Stephen Vines

Stephen Vines

Stephen Vines is a Hong Kong based writer and journalist. He has worked in Asia for The Guardian‚ The Daily Telegraph‚ and The Independent‚ and was a consultant editor for The Asia Times.