Rug importers shift production

Wyman, Lissa
October 2001
Furniture/Today;10/15/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p225
Trade Publication
Reports on the shift of the production of hand-made rugs in Pakistan and countries facing upheaval to India and China. Acceleration of plans of importers on the terrorist attacks in the United States; Effects of the rug-making industry in Pakistan; Factors influencing the purchasing of rugs by consumers.


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