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Chapitre Closes 23 Of 57 Stores, Eliminates Over 400 Jobs

Posted at 5:33PM Tuesday 11 Feb 2014

France's bankrupt second-largest bookstore chain Chapitre completed its dissolution with the court approved sale of 8 more stores, and the formal closure of the remaining 23 locations they were unable to sell, out of a total of 57 branches. France's Les Echos says 434 jobs will be eliminated as a result

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