Marks & Spencer could pull out of many of its international stores as part of CEO Steve Rowe’s plans to boost profits at the retailer.
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Rowe is examining the chain’s overseas stores following an “unsustainable” decline in profits, according to The Telegraph.
The company’s annual report reveals the board is “looking at every part of [the] international business to make sure [the] strategy remains relevant”.
Marks & Spencer has 468 shops in 58 countries across Europe, Asia and the Middle East which are a mixture of franchise, joint-venture and company owned.