M&S U-turn on mail order furnishings plan

May 2001
Cabinet Maker;05/25/2001, Issue 5239, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the reversal of plans to withdraw from the mail order home furnishing market by Marks & Spencer PLC. Statement of company spokeswoman on the business plan; Data on orders generated by Direct operation; Financial performance of the enterprise.


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