Firms sudden closure investigated

May 1998
Cabinet Maker;05/29/98, Issue 5090, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the investigation launched by trading standards officials into the sudden closure of Yorkshire, England-based furniture retailer, Super Suites and Sleepy Bed Centre store.


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