Processed Wood Products: The Challenging U.S. Market
Raymond, Arthur G., International Trade Forum
The large U.S. market for wooden furniture, builders' woodwork and other processed wood products is growing, although moderately, and should offer opportunities for developing country exporters in some product lines, according to a new ITC market study. In 1990 U.S. imports of wooden household furniture and components came to almost US$2.5 billion, wooden picture frames $89.5 million, wooden doors $73.6 million, wooden kitchenware $57.5 million, wooden flooring $21.7 million and wooden windows $15.6 million. Although competition is strong from domestic producers and foreign suppliers, exporters in developing countries should be able to find openings if they can furnish suitably priced …
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Publication information: Article title: Processed Wood Products: The Challenging U.S. Market. Contributors: Raymond, Arthur G. - Author. Magazine title: International Trade Forum. Issue: 2 Publication date: April-June 1992. Page number: 10+. © 1998 International Trade Centre UNCTAD/GATT. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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