March 8, 2015
Global furniture trade climbs to US$128 billion
The Italy-based furniture industry research association CSIL analysis of world furniture trade, which draws on data from the world's 70 largest economies, indicates that total trade value was US$128 billion in 2013, around 1% of all global trade in manufactured products. The leading furniture importers during the year were the United States, Germany, France, the UK and Canada. The annual trend in global furniture trade reported by CSIL is shown in Chart 6. In the period 2004 to 2008, global trade was rising driven primarily by imports into the United States, with smaller ...
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