UK: JJB gets backing for rescue plan
By just-style.com | 15 March 2011
Key investors in UK sporting goods retailer JJB Sports have backed a rescue plan that includes raising an extra GBP65m (US$104m) in funds - as long as it can cut a deal with landlords.
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