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October 2001
Cabinet Maker;10/5/2001, Issue 5258, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on the significance of training in the furniture industry. Consideration on the training needs of the business; Importance of the purchasing policy or space allocation; Assessment on the experience and skills of the salespersons.


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