US wooden furniture imports slowed in June

Market: Furniture
Posted September 11, 2019
US imports of wooden furniture slowed by 13% in June and have now fallen behind 2018 totals for the first time this year. At $9.17 billion through June, total imports are down 2% year to date, as ITTO reported.

Imports from China account for most of the slowdown, falling 18% both for June and for the year to date.  Imports from Vietnam, while falling 11% in June, are up 28% year to date.  

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