December 2003
Cabinet Maker;12/12/2003, Issue 5368, p7
Trade Publication
Presents a letter regarding the true price of imports in Great Britain. Dominance of imported items and the reduction of home market for locally-produced goods; Suggestion to match or improve on quality, delivery times, aftersales service and to develop local production.


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