Patterns change but deficit remains

December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/3/2004, Issue 5417, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the source of imported furniture in Great Britain. Decline in the Western Europe's share of the import market; Impact of the fluctuation of the world's major currencies on the level of furniture imports and exports; Increase in the trade deficit resulting from the failure of furniture manufacturers to increase the level of exports.


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