Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia see gains, but China still rules

Russell, Thomas
May 2007
Furniture/Today;5/7/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 34, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increase of furniture shipments from Asian countries including Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and China to the U.S. It is stated that China is the leading source of furniture with $12 billion in 2006 and recorded a 14% increase, followed by Vietnam with $874.1 million or 31% up, Malaysia with $777.3 million or 9% increase and Indonesia with $613.9 million or 3% up. Moreover, as the shipments continue to rise, so do the stakes of importers and retailers.


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