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World trade of kitchens expected to grow

During the 2003-2008 period the world trade of kitchen furniture (measured as the average ratio among exports and imports of 60 countries) peaked from US$ 3.1 billion to US$ 5.4 billion (from EUR 2.8 to EUR 3.7 billion) equal to an average yearly growth of 12% expressed in US dollars (6% in EUR). No doubt that after the severe slump of 2009 (15% decrease for Italian exports and 10% decrease for German exports), world trade of kitchen furniture will register a new growth.

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Article provided by CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in its journal CSIL articles.

Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): (March)
Pages: 1-2

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Handle: RePEc:mst:csilar:wf45p32
Note: Abstract from World Furniture, International Markets Review
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