UK: Sports Direct invests GBP7m in fashion firms
By Katie Smith | 6 July 2011
UK sporting goods retailer Sports Direct International has bought a majority stake in two fashion firms - West Coast Capital (USC) and Cruise Clothing Ltd (Cruise) - in a deal worth GBP7.0m (US$11.2m).
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