BDO sees shipment gains this year and next

July 2004
Furniture/Today;7/12/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 44, p6
Trade Publication
Points out that U.S. furniture manufacturers worked harder for lower profits in 2003, but should benefit from gains in shipments in 2004, according to BDO Seidman. Anticipated strong sales in the second quarter, which may not occur; Prediction that an improving U.S. economy should buoy consumer confidence; Negative effect of the presidential elections.


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