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Factoring in the cost of a DAB at the outset should be seen as a proactive step towards dispute avoidance, rather than the alternative negative step of waiting for an issue to manifest itself into a fully blown dispute necessitating formal, costly and lengthy arbitration proceedings.
78 a share, and would value the whole of DAB at EUR435m.
Sainsbury's started selling dab at 80 of its fresh fish counters in early January, to coincide with the airing of the high-profile Channel 4 programme, but increased this to 150 fish counters as of yesterday.