Japan’s imports of wooden office furniture down 24% in May

Market: Furniture
Posted August 16, 2018
The value of Japan’s May imports of wooden office furniture was down on levels in the previous month and marked the third monthly decline after the peaks seen in January and February, as ITTO reported.

Year-on-year the value of May wooden office furniture imports was down 24% and there was a 10% decline in May imports compared to a month earlier.

The top three shippers of wooden office furniture to Japan remain China, accounting for 64% of total May wooden office furniture imports, followed by Portugal (7%) and Taiwan P.o.C also 7%.


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