Industry backs furniture export crackdown, says EU

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The industry has also said that it supports the move by the European Commission to reduce or abolish all EU subsidies towards products made by foreign producers of furniture and other household and personal effects.

According to research by Deloitte’s Brand Finance Research group, which surveyed the industry’s top executives, t더킹카지노he industry is supported by the UK, Germany, Italy and Denmark, all of which have been more vocal about the need to tackle foreign-made “inventions” than the EU in recent months.

The research shows that furniture sales are expected to rise by 8.3 percent this year, and 8.3 percent in 2013. Retail sales could grow by 13.8 percent in 2013, and 23 percent in 2014.

Furniture exports to the EU in 2014 are expected to grow by 7.9 percent, from an estimate of a 2 percent market share to 6.1 percent.

Larger sales have been reported from the United States and China, the study found. The United States saw a 6.5 percent growth in furniture imports from China last year, while total European import volumes are expected to increase by 7.2 percent, from an estimated 10.6 million products last year to 14.5 million in 2014.

In its statement on the market, the department said the EU-wide effort to tackle the problem has been “successful”.

European Commission says the country-of-origin rules could force companies to create new business models

The policy is intended to encourage businesses to create new business models by forcing them to reduce foreign suppliers of imported products.

The UK has already made some major moves, including launching its first branded furniture products.

Liz Smith of The Guardian said the government has been “on the right바카라 track to give manufacturers more clarity and give us the tools for doing that”.

But, she noted that “the EU government was under-estimating the challenge before it even started”.

She pointed out that “despite being the largest exporter of furniture and appliances in the world, the UK is still lagging behind its competitors in terms of our own product quality, and the amount of investment we’re putting in to improve it”.