Another company is showing faith in the economic future of Brexit Britain with plans for huge investment that could see the supermarket chain quadruple in size.
Aldi currently has some 700 stores in the UK but is looking at a rapid expansion that could take it up to around 2,600 stores.
Aldi’s Chief Exec in the UK Matthew Barnes laid bare the bold plans, insisting that “we think not only could we have a store in every town and city, but for every 25,000 to 30,000 people”.
Another massive show of confidence in the UK. Not exactly the doomsday many economists were predicting after the Leave vote…