Contract market set to be worth £765m in three years

March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/1/2002, Issue 5276, p3
Trade Publication
Forecast on the contract furniture market in Great Britain. Impact of project delay on the industry; Growth of the public expenditures; Increase in furniture demand in the succeeding years.


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