PARIS — French supermarket chain E. Leclerc has withdrawn from its shelves six products — including two beauty creams — whose prices it claims were raised "excessively."
As reported in mid-January, the retailer publicly threatened (through ads in the French press) to pull the items, including L'Oréal Paris Men Expert Hydra Energetic Moisturising eye cream and Beiersdorf's Nivea DNAge Cellular Renewal day cream, whose prices E. Leclerc claimed had risen 18.5 percent and 18.4 percent, respectively, between August 2007 and January.
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