Facts and figures

January 2005
Cabinet Maker;1/21/2005, Issue 5422, p50
Trade Publication
This article focuses on facts and figures related to the furniture industry. Only 12% of Russians estimate the quality of furniture produced domestically is better than that of their imported counterparts. On an average 15% of Russian consumers try out new brands of the goods they buy on a regular basis. According to the Ministry of Communications there were 14 million Internet users in Russia in 2003.


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