Analysis: What the Central Group deal means for Selfridges

Brass Selfridges sign on London store wall

Following months of speculation, it was revealed that Thailand’s Central Group has agreed on terms to snap up famous department store business Selfridges. 

The sale will mark the return of former Selfridges boss Vittorio Radice to the business, following an 18-year absence. What else does the deal mean for the retailer?

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