March 2005
Cabinet Maker;3/18/2005, Issue 5430, p9
Trade Publication
Provides comments from several furnishing store executives regarding the proposed budget of Chancellor Gordon Brown in Great Britain. Need to cut fuel duty, according to Darren Gault of Elgin Furniture & Carpet Centre store; Importance of a tax cut; Significance of a measure that will bring customers to stores.


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