Chargeurs out of bidding for MGM circuit

Farrell, Pia
April 1995
Hollywood Reporter;4/12/95, Vol. 336 Issue 41, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on French textiles and media company Chargeurs SA's decision to drop out from the list of potential buyers of the MGM theater circuit in Great Britain and Ireland. Reason; Other interested buyers; Separate bidding made by Chargeurs in Ireland.


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