After its winning battle with the FIPB and various arms of the government, Swedish retail giant Ikea is now getting aggressive about its India foray. Before opening its stores here, the company wants to ensure that there are no products with names even remotely similar to its.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Ikea's India CEO Juvencio Maeztu said the Swedish firm has a long-term view on India as it has been wanting to start its retail outlets in the country for the last six years. #India#FDI#retail#CNBCTV18Exclusive#IKEA#Furniture
Ikea in its original application had sought government approval to sell items such as textile products, consumer electronics, leather products, lifestyle products, and food and beverages to be served at its restaurants and cafes. #India#FDI#PolicyWatch#FIPB#IKEA#Furniture
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