Hong Kong -ketjun ostanut Rusta valtaa nyt Suomea: tällainen se on

Rusta on avannut Suomeen 25 myymälää ja lisää on tulossa. Hong Kong -tavarataloketjun entisiä tiloja valloittaa nyt Suomessa uusi, ruotsalainen kauppaketju Rusta. Ruotsalainen jättiketju osti Hong Kong -halpatavarakaupat kaksi vuotta sitten ja on uudistanut myymälöitä nyt omaan konseptiinsa sopivaksi sekä tuonut niihin hiljalleen omat tuotteensa. Nyt nimi on lopullisesti vaihtunut kaikissa myymälöissä. –Rusta on painottunut erityisesti kodin sisustukseen ja vapaa-ajan tuotteisiin sekä kulutus- ja sesonkituotteisiin, kertoo maajohtaja Tommy Dolivo Iltalehdelle.
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