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The furniture industry in Argentina, Brazil, Chile

Latin America has proven to be one of the most dynamic areas, even during the international crisis. Future perspectives are also positive. The report offers an overview of the whole area as well as detailed information for each country. Data provided include, among others: furniture sector performance (production, consumption, imports and exports), three-year market forecasts, macroeconomic and business climate indicators, maps and detailed trade statistics. Over 300 short company profiles for the key players are also included. CSIL Market Research The furniture industry in Argentina, Brazil, Chile is part of the Country Furniture Outlook Series, covering at present 70 countries. Each Country Report contains updated furniture statistics, tables, graphs and illustrated maps and information collected through interviews with top furniture companies and sector experts. Factors determining the demand for furniture are examined, as well as furniture consumption, furniture production by geographical areas in each country and productive factors (with a focus on wood-based panels, forest resources, woodworking machinery). For each country an outline of the major furniture companies is provided. For each company mentioned in the report, an updated profile with contact details, activity and product offer is provided. Furniture imports and exports are broken down by country and product (office furniture, kitchen furniture, upholstered furniture, non-upholstered seats, bedroom furniture). An analysis of furniture market potential and business climate is also provided for each country

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Paper provided by CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in its series CSIL reports with number W12.

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Length: 254 pages
Date of creation: Jan 2012
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:w12
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