Behind the numbers

January 2002
Home Textiles Today;1/14/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 19, p9
Trade Publication
Reports the basis of the data for 'The Facts; Accent and Area Rugs.' Augmentation of the data from the manufacturers; Purposes of the data selected for the report; List of the names of those who compiled the report.


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