China in driver's seat but others want in

Thomas, Larry
February 2002
Furniture/Today;2/18/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 24, p44
Trade Publication
Focuses on the dominance of China in the furniture import market of the U.S. Reason behind this dominance; Expectations of Tom Barger, a leading import agent of the U.S., regarding the furniture market stature of China.


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