The upholstered furniture industry in Central Eastern Europe
This report provides trends in upholstered furniture production, consumption, exports and imports in 11 countries: Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine. The international trade of upholstered furniture is brokendown by country and by geographical area, with data 2001-2006 on exports and imports performances. The report offers information on demand determinants and the distribution system. Short profiles of the major upholstered furniture manufacturers with data on employees, product mix, turnover and share of exports are also included. Among the covered products: fabric upholstery, leather upholstery, microfibre upholstery, upholstery suites, sectional upholstered furniture, modular upholstered furniture, sofas, sofa-beds, armchairs, occasional chairs, residential upholstered furniture, contract upholstered furniture, office upholstered furniture, modern style upholstered furniture, traditional style upholstered furniture.
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