Li & Fung Placement Sparks Debates

February 2005
Home Textiles Today;2005 Business Annual, Vol. 26, p69
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the Li & Fung USA, the American firm marketing. This company claims $800 million in home fashions sales into the U.S. last year. Others insist the number is inflated. Complicating things, Li & Fung USA sells to suppliers ' and retailers, providing some with private-label programs. Rick Darling, president of New York City-based Li & Fung USA, claims the company did an astonishing $800 million in sales of home fashions products into the United States in 2004, up from about $610 million in 2003.


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