A dream come true for an Italian in China

Kidd, Andrew; Hollyer, Tony
July 2000
Cabinet Maker;07/14/2000, Issue 5196, p20
Trade Publication
Describes the quality control procedures implemented by Italian upholstered furniture maker Decoro at its factory in China. Changes in management strategies; Sales performance; Number of workers employed in the factory. INSET: A truly international business..


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