US building trade walls against China?

November 2003
Cabinet Maker;11/14/2003, Issue 5364, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the alleged importation of cheap furniture by the Chinese furniture manufacturers in the U.S. Complaints made by some bedroom furniture companies about the dumping; Denial of the manufacturers on the allegations; Increase in the Chinese exports to the country. INSET: Giving, but little taking.


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