Canada feels U.S. pain, but it's no time to panic

Knell, Michael J.
October 2008
Furniture/Today;10/20/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p137
Trade Publication
The article comments on the state of the Canadian furniture manufacturing industry. According to the author, the industry is in a state of transition. He adds that "Made in Canada" and "Made in North America" are starting to make a comeback, mostly due to the rising cost of freight and fuel, coupled with some serious quality and image problems. He stresses that the industry should concentrate on product development and marketing in times of economic crisis.


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