H&M to Expand to Estonia in September ({{commentsTotal}})


Swedish-owned retail clothing company H&M opens a store in Tallinn's Rocca al Mare shopping center this September.

Postimees wrote that the two-story store will take up around 2,400 square meters of space. Locations will later be opened in Kristiine shopping center and in the central post office next to Viru Keskus.

H&M is the second-largest clothing company in the world after the Spanish Inditex.

H&M opened a store in Latvia last year and is planning to open one in Lithuania this year. The company is planning to open 275 new outlets across the globe in 2013.

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