UK’s largest sporting retailer to open a store in Tallinn

Sports Direct International plc, a British retailing giant that is known for its low margins, will open its first store on 1,600 sqm in Tallinn in Ülemiste Shopping Centre at the end of October, writes Äripäev.
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