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Focus on France in DIY International 4/2019

The latest issue of DIY International devotes 14 entire pages to the French home improvement sector.

The latest issue of DIY International devotes 14 entire pages to the French home improvement sector.

The latest issue of the DIY International trade magazine, which is out now, features a detailed regional report on the DIY market in France. The editorial team devotes 14 entire pages to the French home improvement sector; among other things it offers detailed statistics on the country-wide distribution of DIY stores, an overview of the retail structure and sales, and reports on key players in the market.

In the "Distribution" section, readers will also find reports from the home improvement markets in countries including Hungary, Sweden, the Philippines and the USA. For example, a report on garden centres in the USA - in the middle of New York, to be precise - appears in the section on gardens. An analysis of the European and global garden market by Euromonitor International is also included.

Interesting topics? But not (yet) a subscriber of DIY International? No problem: to take out a subscription or order directly, call: +49/7243/575-144 or contact s.schwald(at)daehne.de, www.daehne.com/diyinternational-mag.

|22 November 2019


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