Low earners spend more on furniture while rich cut back

January 2003
Cabinet Maker;1/31/2003, Issue 5322, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in the furniture spending of low-earning shoppers in Great Britain. Analysis of the percentage of increase in furniture spending; Factors influencing the trends in furniture spending; Estimation on the amount spent for furniture per week.


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