Japan’s imports of wooden bedroom furniture increased by 14% in May

Market: Furniture
Posted August 20, 2018
Unexpectedly, Japan’s imports of wooden bedroom furniture surged in May reversing two months of declines. The value of May imports of wooden bedroom furniture was up 21% compared to April and year-on-year May 2018 imports were 14% higher, as ITTO reported.

The top three shippers of wooden bedroom furniture to Japan in May were, in order of value, China, Vietnam and Thailand. Exporters in these three countries accounted for 90% of Japan’s wooden bedroom furniture imports in May. Shippers in China accounted for 59% of May imports followed by Vietnam (28%) and Thailand.


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