U.S.-based resources see opportunity in Shanghai

Russell, Thomas
October 2007
Furniture/Today;10/29/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the optimism of U.S. furniture manufacturers to find business opportunity during the 13th China International Furniture Expo in Shanghai, China in September 2007. Ashley Furniture Industries Inc. has expanded their showroom and displayed upholstery, case goods and lamps. First-time exhibitor Emerald Home Furnishings also showed upholstery and case goods that sell well in the U.S. while FFDM displayed a mix of products developed mainly for Western markets.


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