Lulu to open first mall in India in March
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, February 19 - 2013 at 04:02
UAE-based retail group Lulu Hypermarket, a division of Emke Group, is set to open its first shopping mall in Kochi, in the Indian state of Kerala, next month, The National has reported. The Dhs1.08bn shopping complex was originally scheduled to open at the end of 2012, following repeated delays, but further construction setbacks meant that the launch of what will be one of the country's largest malls was pushed back again. The mall covers 17 acres and includes a large ice rink, muliplex cinema, restaurants, a Lulu hypermarket and a bowling alley. The developer is also building a Marriott hotel as part of the complex.
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