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Holland & Barrett sold for �1.8bn to Russian billionaire
Holland & Barrett, the UK's biggest health food retailer, is being bought by a Russian billionaire for �1.8bn. L1 Retail, a fund controlled by Mikhail Fridman, is buying the 1,150-store chain from Carlyle, the US private equity firm, the Financial ...
Mikhail Fridman fund to buy Holland & Barrett for �1.8bn  
Fridman's L1 Retail to buy Holland & Barrett for around $2.3 billion: Source  
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