Marks & Spencer extends RFID trial

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Retailer examines ways to improve service to customers

Retail giant Marks & Spencer (M&S) is to extend item-level trials of radio frequency identity (RFID) technology from nine to 53 of its UK stores. The next phase will start in spring 2006, and see...

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