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Published by: Ivey Publishing
Published in: "Ivey Business Journal", 2011
Length: 8 pages
Topics: Retailing

Abstract

It is rather easy to blame Canadian retailers for in-store prices that are higher here than in the United States. A detailed examination, however, reveals that a retailer has little control over higher prices for everything from books to linens. Readers will learn the real causes of those higher prices and what can be done to make the playing field level.

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Abstract

It is rather easy to blame Canadian retailers for in-store prices that are higher here than in the United States. A detailed examination, however, reveals that a retailer has little control over higher prices for everything from books to linens. Readers will learn the real causes of those higher prices and what can be done to make the playing field level.

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