CRS to sell stores as CWS expands buying power

Kidd, Andrew
March 1999
Cabinet Maker;03/05/99, Issue 5128, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan by Co-operative Retail Society (CRS) to sell its Living & Homeworld furniture stores in Great Britain. Formation of a furniture buying group by Cooperative Wholesale Society, rival of CRS; Launching of a program by CRS in 1998 to increase furniture sales.


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