Debenhams upbeat on Ireland after restructure
Irish arm's sales rise after it emerged from examinership
British department store chain Debenhams has reported a solid rise in sales at its Irish stores in the year to September 3, a period in which its Irish business emerged from an examinership process.
Its annual results show that revenue in the Irish business rose by more than £10m from a year earlier to £136.3m.
Debenhams Retail (Ireland) sought court protection in May but has now emerged from the process after a restructuring....
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