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Landlords take action against Dunnes Stores

The supermarket giant is facing legal action from landlords over threats to pull out of schemes, writes Ian Kehoe

26th June, 2010

Dunnes Stores is on a collision course with a number of its landlords as it seeks significant rent reductions because of the recession.

The retail giant, which has 120 stores in the Republic, is meeting its landlords to try and force through lower rent payments. Dunnes is also trying to withdraw from a number of proposed developments as it seeks to minimise the impact of the collapse in consumer spending.

The retailer has also closed a...

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