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In the News: IKEA Launches in IndiaAugust 17, 2018
Earlier this month, eager customers got in line to shop in India’s first IKEA.
The Swedish megastore launched in Telangana, which is considered to become the next top destination for global companies, according to Entrepreneur. The Telangana IKEA store is 400,000 square feet and its restaurant seats 1,000 people. And by the looks of traffic trying to get to the store, we think it’s going to be a success.
Traffic jam @IKEA @IKEAIndia Dear Hyderabadis IKEA is not a day exhibition, it’s a STORE 😑 🙏🙏 NAMASKARAM #ikea #IKEAHyderabad #IKEAIndia #IkeaInIndia pic.twitter.com/I8O6EFFD8k
— RJ Chaitu (@RJChaitu) August 9, 2018
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