Furniture retailers address imports

July 2002
Furniture/Today;7/1/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 42, p18
Trade Publication
Reports the decision of furniture retailers to go for furniture importing. Countries identified as the primary source of import products; List furniture products mostly imported by furniture retailers; Advantages seen by the furniture retailers from importing.


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