AFMA sees 4.1% shipments growth in '02

July 2002
Furniture/Today;7/29/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the forecast of the American Furniture Manufacturing Association on an increase in U.S. furniture factory shipments. Real growth forecast with modest price inflation adjustment; Outperformance of wood furniture by upholstery furniture; Prospects on the rise of consumer furniture demand.


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