UK laws bypassed

August 2003
Cabinet Maker;8/01/2003, Issue 5349, p3
Trade Publication
Details the practice of several upholstery makers to bypass the British customs by clearing through customs in Belgium and France. Advantage of the European free market; Ease of entering the furniture into the British market; Distribution of the furniture through a traveling community.


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