First Portugal, now the world

Baum, Stephanie
March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/22/2002, Issue 5279, p12
Trade Publication
Gives information on the exhibition of furniture at the Exponor Exhibition Centre for the Export Home trade show in Porto, Portugal. Features of the products for the exhibition; Inclusion of products from Ashley House Furnishing Ltd in the trade show; Mix of traditional and contemporary designs from various companies.


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