Online furniture sales are clicking slowly with shoppers

December 2003
Cabinet Maker;12/19/2003, Issue 5369, p7
Trade Publication
Focuses on the impact of economic downturn on online furniture sales in Great Britain. Decrease on the number of Internet shoppers; Level of consumer spending; Assessment on the quality of the products.


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