Just as retailers thought, the worst was yet to come

Kidd, Andrew
April 2004
Cabinet Maker;4/2/2004, Issue 5382, p8
Trade Publication
Analyzes sales in the furniture industry in 2002 to 2003 in Great Britain. Furniture; Furnishings; Home textiles; Floorcoverings.


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