What a difference a year makes to spending

June 2002
Cabinet Maker;06/28/2002, Issue 5293, p13
Trade Publication
Offers a look at changes in consumers' spending attitudes toward the furniture industry in 2002. Factors influencing the industry's economics; Expenditure plans of consumers on furniture; Drop in the spending plans in all price bands; Variation in spending plans from a range of age groups and social classes.


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