UK/BELGIUM: Marks & Spencer claim they are in the clear over Belgian store closures
The Belgian authorities have cleared UK high street retailer Marks and Spencer of acting illegally, when it announced it was closing its operations in the country. The company said yesterday that following an investigation into how it went about announcing its plans, authorities had decided "that all legal procedures have been respected." The decision may mean that M&S will not face a legal challenge to its planned closure of its operations in Belgium.
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