The budget: An early verdict

Danby, Sandra
March 1998
Cabinet Maker;03/20/98, Issue 5080, p1
Trade Publication
Opinion. Comments on the impact of the 1998 budget in Great Britain on the furniture industry. Consumers' negative reaction to the budget proposed by politician Gordon Brown; Challenges facing the industry when consumers pass up purchasing items such as furniture.


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