What's in-store for credit?

January 2004
Cabinet Maker;1/23/2004, Issue 5372, p14
Trade Publication
Forecasts the performance of finance options like buy now, pay later packages, credit cards and stores cards in the furniture industry in 2004. Attractiveness of retail finance as a finanace option; Expectation of a downward trend in using credit cards; Popularity of buy now, pay later packages. INSET: Government action will tighten the finance rules.


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