Marks & Spencer chief executive Stuart Rose said that the business would open in Shanghai in China next year and that more stores would follow as the business steps up its overseas expansion. M&S currently has more than 250 international stores in 30 countries, largely franchise operations. The Chinese business would be wholly owned, however, complementing its existing stores in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
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