UK buys more USA furniture
- SELLING FURNITURE IN SAUDI ARABIA: CHANGING TASTES, YOUNGER BUYERS, INCREASING LOCAL PRODUCTION. // Middle East Business Intelligence;5/20/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p3
Reports on the furniture market in Saudi Arabia as of May 2001. Total value of imports; Factor which could increase the sales of U.S. and foreign furniture in the country; Retailers of U.S. furniture in the country; Market tips from the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service in Saudi Arabia.
- Furniture Trade Deficit on $8 Billion Pace. Christianson, Rich // Wood & Wood Products;Jun2000, Vol. 105 Issue 7, p13
Provides information on the status of the furniture industry in the United States (U.S.) as of the first quarter of 2000. Details on the woods and furniture imports and exports of the U.S.; How China and Canada contributed to the U.S. furniture trade deficit; Move of the U.S. House of...
- China leads 19% surge in imports. Carroll, Brian // Furniture/Today;04/16/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 32, p2
Reports on the increase in furniture imports to the United States from China. Assessment of the effect on furniture import of U.S.-China relations after a midair collision involving a U.S. spy plane.
- Chicago Fed Letter. Testa, William; Liao, Jay; Zelenev, Alexei // Chicago Fed Letter;Nov2003, Issue 196, p1
Examines the growing trade relationship of the U.S. with China, especially as it relates to the Midwest manufacturing economy. Import penetration of Chinese goods to U.S. regions; Increase of trade volumes between the U.S. and China from 1997 to 2002; Importance of China's emergence as a major...
- China Data. // China Business Review;May/Jun93, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p56
Presents information on the status of United States (US)-China trade from 1986 to 1992. Selected US imports from China; Selected US exports to China; China's trade with the world; US investment in China; Foreign investments in China; China's output of major products.
- China-U.S. trade gap still growing. Sanders, Sol W. // East-Asia-Intel Reports;5/17/2006, p13
The article reports on the continued growth of China-U.S. trade gap. Despite an unexpected drop in the overall U.S. trade gap in March 2006, imports from China continued to grow. Total U.S. imports outstripped exports by $62 billion, down from a revised $65.6 billion in February 2006 largely due...
- Garden furniture importers hailed as greenest in sector. Appleby, Matthew // Horticulture Week;11/26/2010, p11
The article features the comments of Leisure & Outdoor Furniture Association (LOFA) regarding garden furniture importers in Great Britain.
- Taiwan no longer tops in furniture imports. L.A. // Wood & Wood Products;May95, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p14
Reports that Canada has replaced Taiwan as the largest furniture importer. Drop in U.S. imports of wood furniture from Taiwan; Significance of the North American market; Establishment of Taiwanese furniture companies in China.
- Trading figures between UK and Belgium dwindles. // Cabinet Maker;11/15/2013, Issue 5861, p10
The article reports that according to the federation of the Belgian textiles, woodworking and furniture industry, Fedustria there was a decline of 9.7 percent in furniture exported from Belgium to Great Britain in 2013.