It’s no fun if you have set up shop in rue de Béthune, Lille, at the moment. At least, not for some high street shores. It’s been common knowledge for a few weeks that Galeries Lafayette are not over the moon about the profitability of their Lille department store. They’ve even thought about moving on to greener pastures. But finally they’ve opted to close down a level, potentially putting thirty people on the dole (20 Minutes). Another high street name expected to pack its bags and go: Flunch Restaurant, in the Passage 57 shopping gallery. Not for economic reasons according to La Voix du Nord newspaper but due to a problem of accessibility. In the meantime, at the Tanneurs Shopping Mall, also accessible from the pedestrian precinct, others are threatening to close down including Joué Club, unhappy with its location. What is Martine playing at?
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