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Clerys' staff and concession holders seek answers

16th June, 2015

Five retail concession companies with operations in Clerys may be forced to close their overall businesses if they cannot get money they are owed by the store, the head of Retail Excellence Ireland has said.

A number of concession stores that operated within the Dublin department store have written to the liquidators of the company seeking between €3 million and €5 million, according to David Fitzsimons, who was speaking on RTÉ Radio a short time...

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