Printer Friendly gets permission to resume trading.


Dutch courts have lifted the moratorium they granted the Internet retailer last December, after the company recently raised EUR53m from a consortium of investors. now plans to immediately resume trading in its key markets. Having realigned the business to operate from four European hubs - in France, Germany, Sweden and the UK - the company intends to concentrate the bulk of its operations in its most successful markets. The remaining European countries will be handled by the four hubs and are expected to be brought online during 1H'2001.

LetsBuyIt will also be making changes to its product assortment reflecting the preferences of its buying members.

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Title Annotation:Company Business and Marketing gets permission to resume trading.(Company Business and Marketing)
Publication:Internet Business News
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Geographic Code:4EUNE
Date:Feb 22, 2001
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