Upholstery key to MFI growth

August 2002
Cabinet Maker;8/2/2002, Issue 5298, p3
Trade Publication
Discusses the decision of furniture retailer MFI of Great Britain to halt the expansion of its store numbers. Impact of its revised store format on retail sales; Plan of the company for upholstery products.


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