When US retail giant Best Buy first announced it was going to delay its big box store rollout until 2010, many asserted that this was due to economic pressures, and that perhaps the US giant would not be making such a splash in the UK retail landscape after all.
Others jumped to the conclusion that it was waiting for other large, out of town retailers to go bankrupt, so that it could pick up some tasty deals on retail property.
However the retailer makes the pertinent point in our cover story that Best Buy Europe is already here. The subsidiary was formed through the union between the parent US retailer and UK based The Carphone Warehouse.
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