Fabric comes out fighting

Baum, Stephanie
October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/8/2004, Issue 5409, p20
Trade Publication
Examines the status of the European upholstery fabric industry. Factors affecting the status of the industry; Methods used by the industry to keep up with the competition brought by the influx of Chinese imports; Ways by which the Decosit exhibition helps promote the industry. INSET: Tip looks to the East.


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