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Borders Group formerly operated stores in Australia , New Zealand and Singapore . However, these were sold off to Pacific Equity Partners (which owned rival Angus & Robertson ) in 2008, [2] then were later sold again to REDgroup Retail . The stores continued to operate under the Borders brand as the unaffiliated "Borders Asia Pacific" until RedGroup was placed into voluntary administration in February 2011; with the five New Zealand stores sold to the James Pascoe Group , and the Australian stores gradually shut down, with the last group to close by July 2011. [3] [4] [5]


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