March 25, 2015
8% more furniture imported in US
Following a 7% growth in 2013, US wooden furniture imports increased by 8% in 2014. Wooden furniture imports were worth $14.65 billion in 2014. Imports from all major suppliers increased. The largest growth was in imports from Vietnam and Mexico. Furniture imports from China grew by 5% in 2014 to $6.99 billion. China's share in total US furniture imports fell by one percentage point to 48%. Imports from Vietnam gained significantly in 2014. They were worth $2.52 billion, up 26% from 2013. As a result, Vietnam's import share grew from 15 ...
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