In brief

April 2004
Cabinet Maker;4/9/2004, Issue 5383, p5
Trade Publication
Reports developments in furniture industry in Great Britain as of April 9, 2004. Plan of Marks and Spencer to reduct its labor supply; Percentage of request for flexible working hours from parents of young or disabled children under the Employment Act; Impact of technology on the teenage furniture market.


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