HMV backs High Street with plans for 10 new stores

An HMV spokesman said: “We’re continuing to expand with new sites, looking at a combination of factors before making a decision. The upcoming business rates review will no doubt have an impact, not only on HMV, but on the wider British high street. In some locations, even with good deals from landlords, rates make stores unviable.”

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