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Surviving the deepening downturnAuthor(s): Urs Buehlmann; Matt Bumgardner; Al Schuler; Jeff Crissey
Source: Modern Woodworking. April. 20-25.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionWith the housing crisis having spread to the entire economy, woodworking companies face challenges to position themselves for future opportunities for profits and growth. What is the industry doing to sustain itself? As a follow-up to last year's survey, an exclusive study by Virginia Tech, the U.S. Forest Service and Modern Woodworking took an updated look at the market.
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CitationBuehlmann, Urs; Bumgardner, Matt; Schuler, Al; Crissey, Jeff 2009. Surviving the deepening downturn. Modern Woodworking. April. 20-25.
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