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Swedish group IKEA starts exploiting its forests in Romania
Romania Business Insider

Swedish group IKEA starts exploiting its forests in Romania

Swedish group IKEA has cut 55,000 cubic meters of wood since it bought 33,600 hectares of forests in Romania from Harvard University , in July 2015. The quantity of wood harvested is less than half what the Romanian law allows to be exploited ... Romania Business Insider, 23 hours ago
IKEA CEO says on track for €50bn sales goal Ireland Business World, 3 weeks ago

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Ikea recalls 36 mn chests, dressers after 6 deaths

WASHINGTON: Swedish furniture retailer IKEA Group is recalling almost 36 million chests and dressers in the United States and Canada that have been linked to the deaths of six children, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Tuesday. The ...
 Hindustan Times9 hours ago IKEA recalls 36 mil. chests, dressers  The Japan News1 day ago Ikea recalls 36m dressers after six deaths  Middle East Association1 day ago IKEA recalls 36m chests, dressers after six children die  Financial Express Bangladesh1 day ago

Ikea needs to recall chests of drawers in Australia: consumer group

Source:Xinhua Published: 2016-6-29 15:13:02 An Australian consumer group is calling on Swedish furniture giant Ikea to extend the recall of its chest of drawers to Australia, after 29 million were recalled in the U.S. and Canada following the ...
 Global Times1 day ago Korea Consumer Agency urges recall of Ikea's dresser  Korea Herald1 day ago
DNA India

Ikea recalls safety gates for fear of causing injury to kids

Ikea, a leading global home furnishings group, has more than 300 stores in 27 countries (Reuters - File Photo) Thu, 23 Jun 2016-10:37pm , undefined , PTI Swedish furniture retailer Ikea is recalling children's safety gates because the ...
 DNA India6 days ago Safety gates recalled by Ikea; could injure children  CTV News6 days ago Ikea recalls Patrull children's safety gates due to injury risk  Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago Ikea Recall: Parents Are To Stop Using These Gates Immediately  Huffington Post Canada6 days ago
Channel NewsAsia

Inter Ikea Group to take over Ikea production activities

With EUWID Premium News Service, our premium subscribers have exclusive access to the most up-to-date news items and market developments. If you already have a premium subscription, please log in with your username and password. Already ...
 EUWID-WoodProducts1 week ago New IKEA store coming to Johor Bahru  Channel NewsAsia2 weeks ago Important for us to set up production unit in India: Ikea Group President, CEO  DNA3 weeks ago Ikea to start production unit in India  The Hindu2 weeks ago
Irish Independent

Can you spot Robbie Keane?

Robbie Keane has made a surprise appearance at IKEA. Before taking to the pitch for the opener of the Group E game against Sweden at the 78th minute, the Republic of Ireland captain managed to squeeze in an appearance at IKEA. It wasn't the real ...
 Irish Independent2 weeks ago Robbie Keane makes a surprise appearance at IKEA  Irish Independent2 weeks ago

Japan Home Furnishing Market: Size, Trends and Forecasts 2016-2020 - Key players Ikea Group and Otsuka Kagu, Ltd are Profiled - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Japan Home Furnishing Market: Size, Trends and Forecasts (2016-2020)" report to their offering. Japan Home Furnishing Market: Size, Trends and Forecasts ...
 Business Wire3 weeks ago JAPAN HOME FURNISHING MARKET : Size, Trends and Forecasts 2016-2020 - Key players Ikea Group and Otsuka Kagu, Ltd are Profiled - Research and Markets  4 Traders3 weeks ago Home Furnishings Market in Europe 2016-2020  Global Information Inc2 days ago The European Market for RTA Furniture  Global Information Inc1 week ago

Furniture retailer IKEA buys land in Mumbai to open second India store

MUMBAI (Reuters) - IKEA Group, the world's largest furniture retailer, said on Friday it has bought land to build a 400,000 square foot (37,000 square metre) store in India's financial capital Mumbai as part of a plan to expand to 25 stores in the country by ...
 Reuters1 month ago IKEA buys land in Mumbai to open second India store  Money Control1 month ago IKEA in talks to buy 3.5 lakh sq ft retail space in Mumbai suburb  Economic Times2 months ago Global buyers roll back into property  Rediff.com2 months ago
Money Control

IKEA Finalising Its Biggest Overhaul In Decades

However, some academics say the changes, which effectively involve breaking up the IKEA Group, could also disrupt the smooth running that makes IKEA so efficient. The IKEA Group announced the plan to transfer ownership of some operating entities to a small ...
 NDTV2 months ago

Future Group completes all-cash transaction to buy online furniture retailer FabFurnish

The move, according to Biyani, will also act as bulwark against Ikea, which is scheduled to open its first store in the country in 2017. NEW DELHI: Kishore Biyani-led Future Group has completed its buyout of FabFurnish, as it looks to take on the threat posed ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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