International analysis: Ikea cuts prices to tap into Chinese market

Ikea’s low-price focus could put pressure on relationships with suppliers

After reporting sales rose 21% last year to CNY5.4bn (£527.1m), Colin Renwick, deputy retail manager of Ikea China, said that the country will be one of Ikea’s best-performing global locations of fiscal 2012.

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