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Sports Direct buys House of Fraser from administrators for 90 million stg

Reuters India Friday, 10 August 2018
British sportswear retailer Sports Direct has acquired the business and assets of House of Fraser from the department store group's administrators for 90 million pounds ($115 million), it said on Friday.
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