Marks and Spencer to close seven stores in France

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The British clothes and food retailer announced it is to close seven of its stores in and around Paris which employ about 500 people, just five years after returning to France where it had already closed down its entire retail network in 2001. 

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It was with a sense of déjà vu on Tuesday that Marks & Spencer staff and customers at the flagship Champs Elysées store learned it was to close – again, reports The Guardian.