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The store was purchased, struggling to attract residents and visitors from independent company King Sett Capital.

STOCKHOLM: A KEA retailer said Thursday that he bought stores at an Aura store in central Toronto in Canada, as part of a change to furniture plans in the city.

The store was purchased, struggling to attract residents and visitors from independent company King Sett Capital.

Ingka Centers, which has 47 stores supported by KEA stores in Europe, Russia, and China, has announced that the ground and the first floor of the building inside the store will be constructed this year.

This will be the first IKEA store in a city in Canada. This store is located in a selected area of   Ingka in Canada.

Located below the Aura in the laboratory, the machines now have a 12 millimeter (14,350 square foot) sales area on three floors.

“The new store covers a large portion of the rebuilt store,” a spokesman for the Ingka Center said.

Ingka Centers is evaluating city buildings as part of IKEA’s move in recent years to urban areas, which are far from the city, in response to air price changes and other price changes. Currently, such sites are listed.

Initially, he bought two still in the manufacturing process: King’s Mall in London and 6×6 mall in San Francisco.

Ingka Centers is part of the Ingka Group which has many IKEA stores around the world. The price of real estate in Toronto has not yet been announced.

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