Sainsbury’s boss acquitted by Egyptian court of all charges
Mike Coupe, chief executive of British supermarket Sainsbury
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LONDON: Mike Coupe, chief executive of British supermarket Sainsbury’s, has been acquitted by an Egyptian court of all charges brought against him.

The case relates to a legal dispute brought against Sainsbury’s and Coupe by Amr el-Nasharty, with whom the firm entered into a joint venture in 1999.

Coupe had contested a two-year jail sentence handed down in absentia by an Egyptian court in September.

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