What Green's £9bn would buy

July 2004
Cabinet Maker;7/16/2004, Issue 5397, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on the possible retail businesses in Great Britain that Philip Green can buy for nine billion pounds instead of the furniture sector it wants to buy from Marks & Spencer.


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