Antidumping action could affect everybody

Epperson, Jerry
August 2003
Furniture/Today;8/4/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 47, p22
Trade Publication
Comments on the antidumping action in the U.S. Effect of the action on the furniture industry; Condemnation of the action by the World Trade Organization; Focus of the action on wood bedroom furniture.


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