Brown on the brink
Sunday 10 April 1994
Sources close to the discussions say there is unlikely to be any offer from the South African group for the business in its current form. Pepkor is understood to be concerned about the number of loss-making shops and put off by the fact that nearly 75 per cent of the group's leases are due for rent reviews in the coming year.
Time is becoming important because suppliers may grow increasingly nervous in the absence of positive news about the company's finances.
The current management of Brown & Jackson is believed to be trying to raise some money from a couple of financial institutions.
Brown shares closed the week at 3p.
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