UK: Office of Fair Trading may investigate JJB sale
By Petah Marian | 17 September 2012
The UK's Office of Fair Trading is expected to investigate any attempt by Sports Direct to acquire 180 stores from rival JJB Sports, which is expected to file for administration this week, according to reports.
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