UK: Debenhams buys Denmark’s Magasin du Nord for $20.3m
By just-style.com | 12 November 2009
UK department stores group Debenhams Plc is to buy Danish retailer Magasin du Nord for DKK101m (US$20.3m) in a deal that will help build its presence in mainland Europe.
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