Retailers Work to Improve Importing

August 2005
Home Textiles Today;8/22/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p8
Trade Publication
Suggests that U.S. home textiles retailers see 2005 as a year when they refine and expand their import activities in the market's increasingly competitive field. Indication that retailers are lagging behind their full-line counterparts in the direct import piece of the business; Key findings of the first annual "Home Textiles Today" survey of home textiles retail imports; Retailer direct import; Percentage of imported home textile sales.


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