FRANCE: Galeries Lafayette in counter-offer for Printemps
By Stuart Todd | 26 February 2013
Galeries Lafayette has made a counter-offer to acquire its French department store rival Printemps, after an earlier EUR1.8bn (US$2.35bn) bid was turned down.
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