The Future of Pricing

Marks, Jennifer
May 2005
Home Textiles Today;5/2/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 33, p22
Trade Publication
Comments on the future of home furnishhing sales and the business activity of the industry in the U.S. Insight on the reason for the softening of the product prices in the country; Impact of quota-free trading in the industry's market; Anticipation on the effect of retail-direct operation program for retailers.


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