Luxury treatment gives Mr. Wong a sales edge

Perry, Dave
March 2001
Furniture/Today;03/05/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 26, p63
Trade Publication
Focuses on Shanghai, China-based furniture retailer Raymond Wong. Wong's approach to marketing of furniture in China; Background on the furniture market in China; Focus on China's upper-class consumers.


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