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Wake Up Call: Ikea here this year?

Staff reporters
Fri, 11 Jun 2021

Love it or hate it, the Nordic furniture barn may finally put in an appearance in NZ
Staff reporters
Fri, 11 Jun 2021
Summary Home furnishing giant Ikea is foreshadowing opening in New Zealand within four months as sales boom in Australia due to people cocooning at home. Skifield tourism ramps up from today, with the opening of the first major skifield on natural snow – Mt Hutt in Canterbury. The head of a major overseas airline is coming home because the pandemic has separated him from his family for too long.Ikea on the way Home furnishing giant Ikea is foreshadowing a move to NZ within weeks. Says Australian chief executive Jan Gardberg: “We are...

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