UK: Arcadia, New Look and Barratts sue shopping centre
By just-style.com | 11 December 2006
Topshop and Burton operator Arcadia is one of four retailers suing the owners of a shopping centre in Bournemoth for profit loss caused by temporary closure last year.
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