Retailers expect branded furniture to fuel growth

Kidd, Andrew
February 1998
Cabinet Maker;02/13/98, Issue 5075, p3
Trade Publication
Highlights the results of a survey on the views of furniture retailers in Great Britain on the growth of interest free credit (IFC). Difficulty of furniture stores to thrive without IFC; Indications of retailers' ability to reduce dependence on IFC; Retailers' expectations for a growth in branded furniture.


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