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UK co-operative prospers in recession
Ethics put before profits at one British business that aims to be fair to both buyers and suppliers.
Last Modified: 25 Mar 2012 10:12

Europe's financial troubles have raised many questions about the economic systems which contributed to the crisis. 

As part of Al Jazeera's series on co-operatives, Sonia Gallego reports on a grassroots movement in the north of England that provides an alternative.

Its goal: to provide fairness for both buyer and supplier. And since it opened 15 years ago, the store has turned out profits and fair business practices as well.

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