Exclusive: IKEA’s shopping malls arm Ingka Centres plans U.S. entry in major play

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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – IKEA’s shopping malls business, one of the world’s biggest, is looking to enter the United States in the next couple of years and is in talks to snap up central properties in major cities, its boss told Reuters.

FILE PHOTO: General view of a Swedish furniture giant IKEA store which will open on May 5, the company’s first store in the heart of Paris, France, May 4, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

Gerard Groener, managing director of Ingka Centres, which has 45 shopping centres in Europe, Russia and China, said his company was in several negotiations for inner-city real

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