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Sacha, Addween
November 2004
Cabinet Maker;11/19/2004, Issue 5415, p8
Trade Publication
Cites the social groups considered feasible as target markets in Great Britain. Implications of the spending behavior of the aging population for the furniture industry; Epitome of the emergence of the Asian middle classes; Impact of the growth of young, well-educated single people.


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