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Ikea expansion manager not concerned about market uncertainty

Swedish retail giant Ikea, opening in Auckland soon, is confident people still need home furnishings.

Ikea broke ground in Auckland this morning.

Kate McVicar Fri, 02 Jun 2023

Swedish retailer Ikea broke ground on its first New Zealand location in the Auckland suburb of Mount Wellington this morning, however its senior management isn’t sweating about uncertainty in the retail market and decreased consumer spending.  

Sydney-based Ikea expansion manager Fabian Winterbine

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Kate McVicar Fri, 02 Jun 2023
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