January 18, 2019
Fall in EU wood furniture imports from China in 2018
After making gains in 2017, EU wood furniture imports from China, by far the largest external supplier, fell 5% to €2.55 billion in the first 10 months of 2018. During the same period, EU imports of wood furniture continued to rise from other temperate countries, mainly those bordering the EU. EU imports from these countries increased 11% to €1.25 billion in the first 10 months of 2018, building on a 28% gain recorded the previous year. The biggest gains in 2018 were made by Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, USA, Bosnia, and ...
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