Retailers negotiating lower wood prices don't find 'steals.'

Slaughter, Powell
April 2001
Furniture/Today;04/30/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 33, p9
Trade Publication
Reports the negotiations of United States retailers for lower prices of wooden furniture imported from Asia. Competition between domestic and Asian manufacturers; Attitude of dealers on Chinese furniture; Cost of domestic bedroom suites.


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