Retailer views mixed on antidumping effort

Engel, Clint
August 2003
Furniture/Today;8/18/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 49, p44
Trade Publication
Reports on the effort of retailers to materialized the anti-dumping initiatives against Chinese bedroom furniture in the U.S. Benefits form the anti-dumping initiative; Percentage of sales of wood bedroom furniture imported from China; Disadvantages of the anti-dumping actions.


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