Suppliers want money before resuming shipments

Engel, Clint
April 2001
Furniture/Today;04/30/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 33, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the financial condition of HomeLife Furniture in Illinois. Readiness of the company's key suppliers to begin shipments; Demands of suppliers for payment of the company's debts; Request of the company for extension of debt payment terms.


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