British retailer Marks & Spencer re-opens in The Hague

British department store group Marks & Spencer has opened a new three-floor store in the centre of The Hague, 13 years after pulling out of the Netherlands.

The company returned to the Netherlands last year, opening a small outlet in Amsterdam’s Kalverstraat with a limited collection of food and a focus on e-commerce for its clothing.

There are also six M&S food shops at BP petrol stations in Amsterdam, The Hague and Utrecht.

The Hague store will be followed by a 6,100 square metre flagship store on the Rokin in Amsterdam in 2016, a year later than originally planned.

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