JD Group abandons UK as it sells BoConcept

July 2004
Cabinet Maker;7/2/2004, Issue 5395, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that South Africa-based furniture firm, JD Group has discarded its plans to expand in Great Britain's furniture business. Sale of the company's BoConcept furniture business; Number of loss-making outlets which affected the company's bottom line.


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