Allied Trading & Consultancy in Apparel (Egypt)
Allied Trading & Consultancy is expected to maintain a strong focus on top brands such Nike and Dunlop. Due to the current very unstable situation in Egypt the company is likely to freeze its previous plan of extending its network of discount outlets but will continue to offer frequent price promotions to attract more customers. The company will be careful not to commoditise premium brands, such as Nike, with price reductions thus becoming mainly focused on the company’s discount outlets.
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Product coverage: Clothing, Footwear, Sportswear.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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Table of contentsStrategic Direction
Summary 1 Allied Trading & Consultancy: Key Facts
Summary 2 Allied Trading & Consultancy: Competitive Position 2012
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