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The office furniture market in Asia Pacific - Market Research by CSIL (TOC)
The office furniture market in Asia Pacific - Market Research by CSIL (TOC)
The office furniture market in Asia Pacific - Market Research by CSIL (TOC)
The office furniture market in Asia Pacific - Market Research by CSIL (TOC)
The office furniture market in Asia Pacific - Market Research by CSIL (TOC)
The office furniture market in Asia Pacific - Market Research by CSIL (TOC)
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'The office furniture market in Asia Pacific' analyses supply structure, market demand, import-export flows, competitive system, providing statistical data and trends of office furniture production and consumption, as well as import and export data. 2014 forecasts on office furniture demand by single country.
Competitive system. It includes sales figures, market shares and short profiles of selected top office furniture companies, by each single market.
Market Potential Analysis. The Report shows also a wide range of data on macro-economic indicators, employment by occupation, trends in the non-residential building sector and evolution of the office spaces in the main urban agglomerations. Some of the relevant office buildings inaugurated and upcoming completions have been reported.
Annex. A list of 150 among the most important players operating in the office furniture sector in Asia Pacific.

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  • 1. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED MATTRESSES THE OFFICE FURNITURE MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC CONTRACT & LUXURY Multiclient Research OFFICE & WORKSPACE January 2014 S23 KITCHEN & BATHROOM ECOBUILDING & WINDOWS DESIGN LAB & WORKSHOP MAJOR APPLIANCES LIGHTING FIXTURES All CSIL publications are available for online purchase and immediate download from: http://www.csilmilano.com http://www.worldfurnitureonline.com Reports are also available in printed form. For further information, please contact: csil@csilmilano.com © Copyright CSIL R2996 CSIL Milano scrl 15 corso Monforte 20122 Milano Italy tel. +39 02 796630 fax +39 02 780703 csil@csilmilano.com – www.csilmilano.com
  • 2. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED MATTRESSES CONTRACT & LUXURY The office furniture market in Asia Pacific OFFICE & WORKSPACE Research prepared by M. Spinelli, M. Amico Coordinated by S. Colautti KITCHEN & BATHROOM ECOBUILDING & WINDOWS DESIGN LAB & WORKSHOP MAJOR APPLIANCES LIGHTING FIXTURES All rights reserved. Neither this publication nor any part of it may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise. Any such action is an infringement of Italian Law (Law 18 August 2000 no. 248) and may give rise to legal action for damages and may be prosecuted as a criminal offence. All information in this report is verified to the best of the author's and the publisher's ability. However, CSIL does not accept responsibility for any errors and/ or omissions resulting from any source and for any loss arising from reliance on it. © Copyright CSIL R2996 CSIL Milano scrl 15 corso Monforte 20122 Milano Italy tel. +39 02 796630 fax +39 02 780703 csil@csilmilano.com – www.csilmilano.com
  • 3. The office furniture market in Asia-Pacific CONTENTS: METHODOLOGY Research tools Table 0.1  Exchange rates between national currencies and US$, 2006-2013 Terminology 1  1  1  2  1.  SCENARIO 1.1 Market trend and figures by country 3  3  3  Table 1.1 Asia Pacific. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and annual % changes. Figure 1.1  Asia Pacific. Office furniture basic data by country. Production, international trade and consumption, 2012. % shares 4  Table 1.2 Asia Pacific. Office furniture. Basic data by country, 2012. US$ million and annual % changes. 5  Table 1.3 Asia Pacific. Office furniture. Consumption by country, 2003-2012. US$ million 5  Table 1.4 Asia Pacific. Office furniture.Production by country, 2003-2012. US$ million 5  Table 1.5 Asia Pacific. Office seating. Basic data by country, 2012. US$ million. 6  Table 1.6 Asia Pacific. Office furniture excluding seating. Basic data by country, 2012. US$ million. 6  1.2  International trade 7  7  7  8  8  9  9  Figure 1.2 Asia Pacific. Office furniture. Exports by country. US$ million and average annual % change Table 1.7 Asia Pacific. Office furniture. Exports by country, 2007-2012. US$ million Figure 1.3 Asia Pacific. Office furniture. Imports by country. US$ million and average annual % change Table 1.8 Asia Pacific. Office furniture. Imports by country, 2007-2012. US$ million 1.3 Expectations and market evolution Figure 1.4 Asia Pacific. Real growth of GDP. Preliminary 2013 and Forecast 2014. Annual % change. Figure 1.5 Asia Pacific. Real growth of office furniture consumption. Preliminary 2013 and Forecast 2014. Annual % change. 9  1.4 Leading companies in Asia-Pacific 10  Table 1.9 Asia-Pacific. Office furniture. Total sales in a sample of leading companies, 2012 and 2007. Million US$ and percentages (%) 13  Table 1.10 Asia-Pacific. Office seating. Total sales in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Million US$ and percentages (%) 14  Table 1.11 Asia-Pacific. Office furniture. Total sales in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Million US$ and percentages (%) 15  1.8 Potential demand 16  Figure 1.6 Asia. Non Residential construction spending: Value in 2012 (US$ billion) and spending growth 2013-2018 (Average annual % change). 16  Figure 1.7 Asia Pacific. Unemployment rate, 2003-2012. Percentage change 17  2. AUSTRALIA 2.1 The office furniture sector: basic data 18  18  18  18  Table 2.1 Australia. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. Figure 2.1 Australia. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value Figure 2.2 Australia. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 19  Figure 2.3 Australia. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 19  2.2 International trade 20  Figure 2.4 Australia. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 20  Figure 2.5 Australia. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 20  Table 2.2 Australia. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 20072012. 21  15/01/2014 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2996 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL I
  • 4. The office furniture market in Asia-Pacific Table 2.3 Australia. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 22  Table 2.4 Australia. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 23  Table 2.5 Australia. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 24  2.3  Potential Demand 25  Table 2.6 Australia. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 25  Table 2.7 Australia. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes 25  Figure 2.6 Australia. Unemployment rate. 2003-2012. Percentage changes 25  Figure 2.7 Australia. Number of employed people by occupation, 2003-2013 26  Table 2.8 Australia. Value of Non-residential Building Approved, breakdown by sector, 2013*. US$ million and value% 26  Figure 2.8 Australia. Value of Non-residential Office Building Approved, 2003-2013*. US$ million 27  2.4  Competitive system and distribution Table 2.9 Australia. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Table 2.10 Australia. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 3. JAPAN 3.1 The office furniture sector: basic data 27  32  32  33  33  33  33  Table 3.1 Japan. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. Figure 3.1 Japan. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value Figure 3.2 Japan. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 34  Figure 3.3 Japan. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 34  3.2 International trade 35  Figure 3.4 Japan. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 35  Figure 3.5 Japan. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 35  Table 3.2 Japan. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 36  Table 3.3 Japan. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 37  Table 3.4 Japan. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 38  Table 3.5 Japan. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 39  3.3 Potential Demand 40  Table 3.6 Japan. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 40  Table 3.7  Japan. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes 40  Figure 3.6  Japan. Unemployment rate, 2003-2012. Percentage changes 41  Figure 3.7 Japan. Number of employed people by type of occupation, 2012. Thousands 41  Figure 3.8 Japan. Building Construction Started: Dwelling and Non-dwelling by Use, 2013*. Floor Area, thousand square meters 41  Figure 3.9 Japan. Building Construction Started: Non-dwelling by Use (Floor Area), 2003-2013*. % annual change 42  3.4 Distribution Table 3.8 Japan. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 3.5 Competitive system Table 3.9 Japan. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. 4. INDONESIA 4.1 The office furniture sector: basic data Table 4.1 Indonesia. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. Figure 4.1 Indonesia. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value 15/01/2014 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2996 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 43  44  44  48  49  49  49  49  II
  • 5. The office furniture market in Asia-Pacific Figure 4.2 Indonesia. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 50  Figure 4.3 Indonesia. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 50  4.2 International trade 51  Figure 4.4 Indonesia. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 51  Figure 4.5 Indonesia. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main five partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 51  Table 4.2 Indonesia. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 20072012. 52  Table 4.3 Indonesia. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 53  Table 4.4 Indonesia. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 54  4.3 Potential Demand Table 4.5 Indonesia. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 Table 4.6 Indonesia. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes Figure 4.6 Indonesia. Unemployment rate, 2006-2013. Percentual change. Table 4.7 Indonesia. Value of construction completed by type of construction, 2004-2011. US$ million 4.4 Distribution Table 4.8 Indonesia. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 4.5 Competitive system Table 4.9 Indonesia. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. 5. MALAYSIA 5.1 The office furniture sector: basic data 54  55  55  55  55  56  56  57  60  61  61  61  61  Table 5.1 Malaysia. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. Figure 5.1 Malaysia. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value Figure 5.2 Malaysia. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 62  Figure 5.3 Malaysia. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 62  5.2 International trade 63  Figure 5.4 Malaysia. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 63  Figure 5.5 Malaysia. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 63  Table 5.2 Malaysia. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 20072012. 64  Table 5.3 Malaysia. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 65  Table 5.4 Malaysia. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 66  Table 5.5 Malaysia. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin,2007-2012. 67  5.3 Potential Demand Table 5.6 Malaysia. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 Table 5.7 Malaysia. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes Figure 5.6 Malaysia. Unemployment rate. 2003-2012. Percentage changes Figure 5.7 Malaysia. Number of employed persons by occupation, 2012. Thousands Figure 5.8 Malaysia. Value of construction work done, 2008-2013*. US$ million 5.4 Competitive system and distributon Table 5.8 Malaysia. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Table 5.9 Malaysia. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 6. PHILIPPINES 6.1 The office furniture sector: basic data Table 6.1 Philippines. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. 15/01/2014 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2996 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 67  68  68  68  69  69  70  74  74  75  75  75  III
  • 6. The office furniture market in Asia-Pacific Figure 6.1 Philippines. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value 75  Figure 6.2 Philippines. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 76  Figure 6.3 Philippines. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 76  6.2 International trade 77  Figure 6.4 Philippines. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 77  Table 6.2 Philippines. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012.78  Table 6.3 Philippines. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 79  6.3 Potential Demand 80  Table 6.4 Philippines. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 80  Table 6.5 Philippines. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes 80  Figure 6.5 Philippines. Unemployment rate, 2003-2012. Percentage changes 80  Figure 6.6 Philippines. Employed Persons, breakdown by Occupation Group. October 2012. Percentage value 81  Figure 6.7 Philippines. Number of New Non-Residential Construction Started by Type.First nine months 2013 on first nine month 2012. Percentage change 81  6.4 Competitive system and distribution Table 6.6 Philippines. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Table 6.7 Philippines. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 82  84  84  7. SINGAPORE 7.1 The office furniture sector: basic data 85  85  Table 7.1 Singapore. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. 85  Figure 7.1 Singapore. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value 85  Figure 7.2 Singapore. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 86  Figure 7.3 Singapore. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 86  7.2 International trade 87  Figure 7.4 Singapore. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 87  Figure 7.5 Singapore. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 87  Table 7.2 Singapore. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 20072012. 88  Table 7.3 Singapore. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 89  Table 7.4 Singapore. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 90  Table 7.5 Singapore. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 91  7.3 Potential Demand Table 7.6 Singapore. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 Table 7.7 Singapore. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes Figure 7.6 Singapore. Unemployment rate, 2003-2012. Percentage changes Figure 7.7 Singapore. Employed resident aged 15 and over, by occupation, June 2012. Thousands. 7.4 Distribution Table 7.8 Singapore. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 7.5 Competitive system Table 7.9 Singapore. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. 92  92  92  92  93  94  95  95  98  8. SOUTH KOREA 8.1 The office furniture sector: basic data 99  99  Table 8.1 South Korea. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. 99  Figure 8.1 South Korea. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value 99  15/01/2014 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2996 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL IV
  • 7. The office furniture market in Asia-Pacific Figure 8.2 South Korea. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 100  Figure 8.3 South Korea. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 100  8.2 International trade 101  Figure 8.4 South Korea. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 101  Figure 8.5 South Korea. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main five partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 101  Table 8.2 South Korea. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 20072012. 102  Table 8.3 South Korea. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 103  Table 8.4 South Korea. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 104  Table 8.5 South Korea. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 105  8.3 Potential Demand Table 8.6 South Korea. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 Table 8.7 South Korea. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes Figure 8.6 South Korea. Unemployment rate, 2003-2012. Percentage changes Figure 8.7 South Korea. Number of employed persons, by type of occupation, November 2013. Thousands 8.4 Competitive system Table 8.8 South Korea. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Table 8.9 South Korea. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 9. TAIWAN 9.1 The office furniture sector: basic data 106  106  106  106  107  107  110  110  111  111  111  111  Table 9.1 Taiwan. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. Figure 9.1 Taiwan. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value Figure 9.2 Taiwan. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 112  Figure 9.3 Taiwan. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 112  9.2 International trade 113  Figure 9.4 Taiwan. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 114  Figure 9.5 Taiwan. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 114  Table 9.2 Taiwan. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 115  Table 9.3 Taiwan. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 116  Table 9.4 Taiwan. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 117  Table 9.5 Taiwan. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 118  9.3 Potential Demand Table 9.6 Taiwan. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 Figure 9.6 Taiwan. Unemployment rate, 2006-2013*. Percentage changes Figure 9.7 Taiwan. Number of employed persons, by type of occupation, 2006 and October 2013. Thousands 9.4 Competitive system Table 9.7 Taiwan. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Table 9.8 Taiwan. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 10. THAILAND 10.1 The office furniture sector: basic data Table 10.1 Thailand. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. 15/01/2014 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2996 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 119  119  119  120  121  123  123  124  124  124  V
  • 8. The office furniture market in Asia-Pacific Figure 10.1 Thailand. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value 124  Figure 10.2 Thailand. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 125  Figure 10.3 Thailand. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 125  10.2 International trade 126  Figure 10.4 Thailand. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$126  Figure 10.5 Thailand. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main ten partners, 2007-2012. Million US$ 126  Table 10.2 Thailand. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 20072012. 127  Table 10.3 Thailand. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012.128  Table 10.4 Thailand. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2007-2012. 129  Table 10.5 Thailand. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2007-2012. 129  10.3 Potential Demand Table 10.6 Thailand. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 Table 10.7 Thailand. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes Figure 10.6 Thailand. Unemployment rate.,2003-2012. Percentage changes 10.4 Distribution Table 10.8 Thailand. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 10.5 Competitive system Table 10.9 Thailand. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. 130  130  130  130  131  131  132  134  11. VIETNAM 11.1 The office furniture sector: basic data 135  135  Table 11.1 Vietnam. Office furniture. Basic data, 2003-2012. Value in million US$ and in local currency. 135  Figure 11.1 Vietnam. Office furniture. The openess of the office furniture market, 2003-2012. Percentage Value 135  Figure 11.2 Vietnam. Office furniture production, consumption, exports and imports, 2003-2012. Annual percentage changes in US$ 136  Figure 11.3 Vietnam. Office furniture consumption and GDP % change in real terms. Preliminary 2013 and forecast 2014. 136  11.2 International trade 137  Figure 11.4 Vietnam. Office furniture exports by country of destination. Main ten partners, 2006-2011. Million US$ 138  Figure 11.5 Vietnam. Office furniture imports by country of origin. Main five partners, 2006-2011. Million US$ 138  Table 11.2 Vietnam. Office furniture excluding seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 20062011. 139  Table 11.3 Vietnam. Office furniture excluding seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2006-2011.140  Table 11.4 Vietnam. Office seating. Exports by country and by geographical destination, 2006-2011. 141  Table 11.5 Vietnam. Office seating. Imports by country and by geographical origin, 2006-2011. 141  11.3 Potential Demand 142  Table 11.6 Vietnam. Macroeconomic indicators, 2003-2012 142  Table 11.7 Vietnam. GDP and inflation 2003-2012 and forecasts 2013-2014. Percentage changes 142  Figure 11.6 Vietnam. Unemployment rate, 2003-2012. Percentage changes 143  Figure 11.7 Vietnam. Employed population at 15 years of age and above, by type of occupation, July 2013. Million of people 143  11.4 Competitive system Table 11.8 Vietnam. Sales of office furniture in a sample of leading companies, 2012. Table 11.9 Vietnam. Trade fairs in the furniture sector and related segments 12. LIST OF MENTIONED COMPANIES 15/01/2014 © Copyright CSIL is exclusively for of the purchaser. It may R2996 This report part by any meansconsultation on the part prior written permission of not be reproduced in whole or in whatsoever without the CSIL 144  145  145  146  VI

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