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Kesko doesn't use the K...KK...KKK things any more (see their website),
the list items shouldn't be in bold as they aren't directly related to the article title, and
in Finnish, only the first word (or letter in this case) of proper nouns that have more than one word is capitalised (so it's K-market, not K-Market) - that's the way Kesko use it themselves, have a look at their website if in doubt.
Hoping you don't mind... - ulayiti 13:04, 3 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Kesko and S market have ca 80 % markets in retail in Finland. Satu Hassi has made a questionaire of it in the EU Parliament. In 2013 there was an initiative to change the law of competition. (Eduskunta puoltaa kaupan kilpailulakia HS 8.5.2013) This includes the change of the definition of ruling market position to 30 % of the markets. Kesko claims (HS 8.5.2013) that the indipendent sellers of Kesko can not be ruling in the markets. This has puzzled me. Kesko is partner in Fennovoima in order to rebuild nuclesr power. How can Kesko make such a decision since for sure many indipendent sellers are against the nuclear power? Indipendent sellers may lose markets but have no decision power. Watti Renew (talk) 17:55, 13 May 2013 (UTC)