Sweden’s IKEA has signed a lease for its first store in Ukraine
Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Sweden’s IKEA has signed a lease for its first store in Ukraine

Sweden’s IKEA has signed a lease for its first store in Ukraine — 4,000 square meters in the expansion of Kyiv’s Ocean Mall that opens in 2019. In a sign that the home furnishing retailer plans a major commitment, IKEA also is negotiating with other shopping centers across Ukraine to open smaller stores in the ‘city store’ format, Liga.net reports citing commercial real estate sources.

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