Tianjin set for design revolution

February 2005
Cabinet Maker;2/25/2005, Issue 5427, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that furniture companies will be able to target an audience of 10 million Chinese consumers hungry for Western designs later this year. The Tianjin Furniture and Decoration show has been launched to encourage overseas companies to begin selling to the Chinese market. Tianjin is the economic centre of northern China and was one of the first of the country's cities opened to the West. With new houses and businesses/residents are seeing incomes rise and require a furniture and decorating revolution, said a spokesman for the event.


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