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the deal had been valued at nine point four billion dollars but the competition and markets authority figures it would lead to higher prices for consumers in stores and online that is disputed by saying threes which says the rational for the move was to boost efficiency and cuts prices now the ruling is a huge blow for the company it had intended the takeover two vaulted past the U. K.'s supermarket leader Tesco Walmart won't be happy either it wants to leave Britain altogether the country is one of the weakest performers in its global portfolio size breeze Walmart and as the all say they would contest the ruling but it leaves them needing to rethink future strategy size richesse have for almost a fifth over the past three months the slides driven by trade his doubts that the deal would go through