In brief

December 2003
Cabinet Maker;12/12/2003, Issue 5368, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the furniture industry and trade in Great Britain. Launch by the government of a consumer credit white paper which seeks to tighten the rules on companies' lending; Setting up of online guidelines to help smaller manufacturers of wooden furniture understand their environmental obligations; Plan of Hammond's Group to make its first venture into freestanding children's bedroom furniture under its new brand, Chill Zone.


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