Xilinmen eyes both Chinese, U.S. markets

Perry, David
July 2006
Furniture/Today;7/17/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 44, p68
Trade Publication
The article offers a corporate profile of Xilinmen Group, one of the leaders in the house furnishing industry. The company started off with Ayu Chen, who launched the business in 1984 with only $ 100 as working capital. With his leadership, the business flourished and has been expanding its market. According to estimate, Xilinmen accounts for about 6 percent in the bedding market in China.


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