UK firms can weather Brazil's mahogany ban

Dixon, Audrey
November 2001
Cabinet Maker;11/2/2001, Issue 5262, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the effects of Brazilian government's ban on mahogany exporting to the furniture firms in Great Britain. Impact of the ban on the production of mahogany products on furniture industry; Demand of consumers on using mahogany; Names of companies as being recipients of the alleged illegally sourced timber.


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