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December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/10/2005, Issue 5418, p12
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Focuses on the cancellation of KPMG to reopen the Courts stores in Great Britain. Impetus behind the cancellation of reopening the stores; Problems encountered by the company's administration; Reactions of the public and consumers on the plans of the company. INSET: Contract division rescued by management buyout.


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