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Johnson Fry still searching for a partner

Johnson Fry has admitted it is no nearer to finding a suitor to inject much needed capital, reports the Financial Times.


The fund manager unveiled a £1.5m loss for the first six months of the year and says the search for a new partner to invest money in the company is continuing.


The options available include selling a minority stake or the entire operation.

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