Cornwell Parker takeover being looked at by OFT

December 2000
Cabinet Maker;12/08/2000, Issue 5217, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the possible conducting of investigations on Silentnight Holdings' acquisition of Cornwell Parker in Great Britain. Probable violation of merger provisions under the Fair Trading Act of 1973; Office of Fair Trading's invitation of comment on the acquisition.


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