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When Charles Wilson left Marks & Spencer to join Booker as chief executive in 2005, many observers’ eyebrows leaped in surprise.
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Luxury travel specialist DFS Group has opened its largest global store: a wine, spirits and tobacco flagship at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
China is a vast, competitive landscape, but British retailers willing to put in the time and effort can tame the dragon.