Suites v suits in the fight for the consumer pound

April 2002
Cabinet Maker;4/26/2002, Issue 5284, p13
Trade Publication
Presents the findings of a survey on products most likely to be purchased by consumers in year 2003. Dominance of clothes; Percentage of vote gained by furniture; Increase in the vote for furnishing products.


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