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U.S. Competitiveness Study: How Furniture and Cabinet Manufacturers CompareAuthor(s): Urs Buehlmann; Matthew Bumgardner; Al Schuler; Rich Christianson
Source: Wood & Wood Products. May: 49-51.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionA disturbing 37.2%, of the 341 manufacturing executives participating in the U.S. Wood Competitiveness Survey either strongly agreed or agreed "that by the end of the decade, little will remain of domestic wood furniture and other wood products manufacturing in the United States."
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CitationBuehlmann, Urs; Bumgardner, Matthew; Schuler, Al; Christianson, Rich. 2003. U.S. Competitiveness Study: How Furniture and Cabinet Manufacturers Compare. Wood & Wood Products. May: 49-51.
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