British vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson plans to expand its presence in China after tasting success in the country, Global Times reported Wednesday, citing a company official. Dyson, which entered mainland China only a year ago, has seen the country become its fastest-growing market in Asia, the report said. Encouraged by the growth, Dyson aims to expand its footprint in the country, aiming to sell more high-end vacuum cleaners. By the end of December, Dyson plans to have 200 stores in 50 cities across the mainland, compared to eight stores when it officially entered the market in November 2012, Udai Kunzru, Dyson’s Asia president, was quoted as saying.
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