MT bucks the trend

October 1998
Cabinet Maker;10/30/98, Issue 5112, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the consistent performance of furniture upholstery firm Michael Tyler (MT) despite a general decline in the retail industry sales in Great Britain. Forecasted sales revenue of the company in 1998; Reason for the decline in the sales of the low-end segment of the industry.


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