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By | Tim Richardson 19th October 2005 11:33

DSG speeds up Euro expansion

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DSG international plc is stepping up its expansion into Central Europe.

The UK-based retail outfit, formerly known as Dixons, is to open an Electro World store in Warsaw tomorrow with a second store due to open in Poland before Christmas.

Electro World is also accelerating its store opening plan for Central Europe with plans to add a further 20 new stores "as soon as possible".

With this latest store opening in Poland, DSG international now trades in 14 countries with international operations accounting for more than a third of the group's turnover.

Dixons changed its name during the summer as part of a corporate makeover to reflect the international nature of the electricals chain. ®

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