Retailers put faith in weather for Easter

Baylis, Sophie
April 2001
Cabinet Maker;04/13/2001, Issue 5233, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the anticipation of furniture retailers for a good Easter Bank Holiday trading in London, England. Loss of trade following foot and mouth epidemic in rural areas; Dependence of trade success on the weather; Optimism in business.


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