UK furniture sales easing into a world of opportunity

Kidd, Andrew
February 2004
Cabinet Maker;2/13/2004, Issue 5375, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the latest figures concerning the global furniture market and their significance for the British industry. Great Britain's share in the global furniture production; Projected growth of the British furniture market in 2004; Small growth increase projected in some Western European countries; Rising Chinese imports in the U.S.; Growth in the ratio of imports and sales across the globe between 1995 and 2002; Sales opportunities in Eastern Europe and emerging markets.


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