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Pandora Wants to Add 600-900 Stores by 2018

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About 20 percent of the new store openings will be in the Americas.

Denmark-based jeweler Pandora revealed ambitious plans for global expansion on Thursday, saying it plans to add 200-300 stores each year between 2016 and 2018, The Wall Street Journal reports. About 60 percent of the new store openings will be in Europe, the report adds, with 20 percent in the Americas and the other 20 percent in Asia.

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