Domestic leather producers fight importers or join them

Gunin, Joan
July 2002
Furniture/Today;7/29/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p18
Trade Publication
Reports the competition between domestic and foreign leather suppliers in the U.S. Defenses of domestic suppliers in the competition; Incorporation or consideration of incorporation of imported leather among domestic suppliers; Confidence of domestic suppliers.


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