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Deloitte wins retail administration

Deloitte to be administrator of collapsed shoe chains Barratts and Priceless

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Deloitte has won another retail administration contract after the collapse of
shoe chains Barratts and Priceless this week.

The chains operate 400 high-street stores in the UK, employing 5,450 staff in
total. Barratts and Priceless are subsidiaries of Aim-listed Stylo, which is not
in administration although trading in its shares has been suspended.

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