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The Musgrave group may still be awaiting a final verdict on its bid for the Londis chain in the UK but that hasn’t blunted the company’s expansion plans in its home market. This week it announced a £15m investment in Northern Ireland which...
The Big Food Group has not ruled itself out of bidding for convenience chain operator Londis, which has just accepted a £60m offer from Irish food group Musgrave. BFG, owner of high street chain Iceland, Booker cash and carry and Woodford...
Londis retailers could pick up £10,000 each and still retain a 70% share in the company if a minority investor took a 30% stake, the Londis Shareholders Action Group has claimed.As KPMG attempts to whittle down potential bidders for the symbol...
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