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IAFP News

  • Young & Design sponsored by GDAMILANO

    Young & Design sponsored by GDAMILANO Young & Design, a competition sponsored by GDAMILANO magazine, which is owned by Giga Publishing, aims to provide greater visibility to young designers.

  • Bulgarian designers participate in Milan’s HOMI fair

    Bulgarian designers participate in Milan’s HOMI fair Ten Bulgarian designers from the Cherga Group participated in this year’s edition of the specialised HOMI fair in Milan. The fair is held at the end of January and showcases products for the interior, decoration, accessories and garden furniture sectors, and more.

  • Ekin publishing group co-operates with MOSFED

    Ekin publishing group co-operates with MOSFED Celebrating its 25th year next autumn, Ekin Publishing Group is a veteran publisher of Turkish B2B magazines covering the furniture and furniture supply industries. The group publishes Mobilya and Furniturk magazines and organises projects and events for both national and international markets.

Market News

  • Buoyant Ikea gears up for more store expansion in China

    Buoyant Ikea gears up for more store expansion in China Aug 18, 2017

    Ikea Group plans to open three new stores in China in its new financial year, which has just started, the head of the Swedish furniture and home accessories group in China said on Thursday.Angela Zhu, country retail manager of Ikea Retail China, told China Daily in an interview in Shanghai, that the group would also enhance its distribution networks and e-commerce presence in the mainland. ...

  • China's property slowdown means peak of growth cycle has passed

    China's property slowdown means peak of growth cycle has passed Aug 15, 2017

    China's economy hit a mid-year speed bump last month as factory output, investment and consumption slowed.While there were multiple reasons - from a deleveraging push to capacity cuts to the simple fact that the heady pace of first-half expansion was always likely to prove unsustainable - one key cause of the weakness was a pullback in property.Dubbed the most important sector in the univ ...

  • China’s wood products imports from Australia grew 23% in 1H 2017

    China’s wood products imports from Australia grew 23% in 1H 2017 Aug 15, 2017

    In the first half of 2017 the value of wood products trade between China and Australia rose 17% to $1,680 million from the same period of 2016, as ITTO reported.Of the total, the value of China’s wood products imports from Australia grew 23% to $790 million. The value of log and waste paper imports rose 47% and 41%, respectively.The value of China’s wood products exports to Australia incr ...