December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/17/2004, Issue 5419, p9
Trade Publication
The article stresses that Courts', a furniture company, closure has dealt a massive blow to the furniture industry, which is already suffering from issues about dodgy imports and occasional fear about the flame retardant chemicals. The bad publicity generated will do nothing to raise consumer confidence and will result in greater pressure on those businesses that survive and continue to take deposits. The inevitable loss of consumers' unsecured deposits raises once again the issue of deposit protection.


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