I don't believe it

March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/22/2002, Issue 5279, p23
Trade Publication
Stresses the sensitivity of managing director Mike Rowley of GT Rackstraw regarding the quality of furniture imports in Great Britain. Particularity on the craftsmanship of the manufacturer; Implications of the cheap imitation of furniture imports for the products of the country; Business strategy of Rowley.


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