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The chief of discounter Poundland-Dealz said it is pressing ahead to open around 10 more stores and put a new fashion line into half of its outlets in the Republic this year, despite the troubles of its international parent Steinhoff.
Managing director Barry Williams said that opening its women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing and footwear lines, which is called PEP&CO, in 30 of its existing 61 stores in the Republic will shake up Irish clothing retailers.
The PEP&CO line, with items costing an average of €5, appears designed to take on Penney’s — the retailer which is owned by Associated British Foods — and other fashion retailers, with an investment of up to €5m in its Dealz stores in the Republic.
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