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Shanghai Welcomes New Hola

Home furnishing store Hola has been expanding its business in China at a rapid pace in the past years and its third store in Shanghai was opened on December 30, 2006, which is also the seventh store for the company in mainland China.

Located in Wanda Plaza in Wujiaochang, Yangpu District, the new Shanghai store displays five different styles of home designs to consumers with different tastes.

More than 15000 kinds of products are available here, catering to the needs of different customers. Professional home furnishing designers will also be on hand to design and display new fashionable home furnishings according to the latest trends.

The company plans to expand into the south and north areas of China and plans to open 30 new stores in mainland China by 2008.

Hola is a home furnishing brand affiliated with Test Rite Group, one of the biggest building material suppliers in the world, which also owns B&Q.

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