- U.S. FURNITURE IMPORTS. // Furniture/Today;11/10/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p31
Presents a diagram depicting the U.S. furniture imports as of November 2003.
- China imports surge 33% Brazil leads all gainers. Carroll, Brian // Furniture/Today;11/4/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p18
Reports that China has resumed its exponential growth in furniture shipped to the U.S. Growth in U.S. imports of Chinese-made furniture; China's share of total import; Developments in China's furniture industry.
- Brazilian manufacturers believe collaboration can boost exports. Slaughter, Powell // Furniture/Today;4/8/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 31, p44
Reports on the furniture industry in Brazil. Statistics of furniture exports to the U.S.; Design of furniture companies for promotion of Brazilian furniture exports to the U.S. market; Collaboration of Movelsul with SalÃ£o do MÃ²vel Brasil organizers for Brazilian furniture promotion.
- Smaller factories more optimistic about future. Russell, Thomas // Furniture/Today;11/17/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p20
Presents study result on the optimism of smaller furniture manufacturers in Raleigh, North Carolina. Development of international trade; Enhancement of competitive edge; Satisfaction of individual customer demand.
- Antidumping decision due by June 17. Slaughter, Powell // Furniture/Today;4/12/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 32, p1
Reports on the postponement of the deadline for preliminary duties against Chinese wood bedroom furniture in the U.S. until June 17, 2004. Committee for Legal Trade's request for a 50-day extension of the deadline from the Department of Commerce; Speculation of the results of the June 17 decision.
- Czech Foreign Trade in Products of the Furniture Industry. Stransky, Frantisek // Czech Business & Trade;2002, Issue 3/4, p11
Focuses on foreign trade of the Czech Republic involving the furniture industry. Factors that need to be considered in relation to the development of foreign trade in the industry; Discussion on territorial distribution of trade; Kilogram prices in furniture exports; Structure of foreign trade.
- Canadian wood producers want level playing field. Knell, Michael J. // Furniture/Today;8/18/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 49, p40
Reports on the support of the three largest wood bedroom producers in Canada on the Legal Trade's anti-dumping crusade of the American Furniture Manufacturers Committee in North America. Sales of retailers; Details on the free trade between Canada and the U.S. Impact of Chinese imports on the...
- Retailer views mixed on antidumping effort. Engel, Clint // Furniture/Today;8/18/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 49, p44
Reports on the effort of retailers to materialized the anti-dumping initiatives against Chinese bedroom furniture in the U.S. Benefits form the anti-dumping initiative; Percentage of sales of wood bedroom furniture imported from China; Disadvantages of the anti-dumping actions.
- Suppliers urged to support petition. // Furniture/Today;8/18/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 49, p53
Reports that the American Furniture Manufacturers Committee for Legal Trade is appealing to the furniture industry for the financial support of its antidumping petition in the U.S. Purpose of the antidumping petition; Increase of the impact of any favorable ruling by federal agencies; Details...