Holliman speaks out on the true costs of imports

Epperson, Jerry
June 2003
Furniture/Today;6/23/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p28
Trade Publication
Details Furniture Brands International Inc. chairman Mickey Holliman's views on the costs of imports, which was presented at the company's investors' meeting held in New York. Creation of pricing expectations; Practice of retailers of selling furniture based on their first cost rather than their final cost.


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