Furniture sales growth stills low

August 2006
Cabinet Maker;8/25/2006, Issue 5502, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decrease of the growth in sales of furniture and lighting compared with sales in the rest of the retail economy, according to figures from National Statistics in Great Britain. Furniture and lighting retailers continued to suffer with just 2 percent year-on-year growth for July 2006 compared with an average 3.4 percent. Figures from National Statistics also showed that for general retail the three-monthly growth to the end of July was 1.8 percent higher than in the previous 3 months.


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