January 13, 2021

World Furniture Outlook Report 2021-2022: Prospects for 100 Countries

World Furniture Outlook Report 2021-2022: Prospects for 100 Countries

DUBLIN, Jan. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “World Furniture Outlook 2021” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Report World Furniture Outlook provides status and prospects of the world furniture sector.

This edition, World Furniture Outlook 2021, provides an overview of the global furniture sector through historical series of basic data (furniture production, consumption, imports, exports 2010-2019 and 2020 preliminary estimates) and prospects of the furniture market for the years 2021 and 2022 for 100 countries.

The publisher constantly monitors the international trade of furniture including unpredictable circumstances and uncertainties affecting the global market scenario. Furniture market forecasts for 100 countries included in this study reflect in-depth knowledge of the markets and its ongoing evaluation.

This market research report includes:

  • Growth of furniture imports worldwide and the role of furniture exporting countries in the marketplace
  • Market shares of the major furniture exporters by geographical region
  • Analysis of the openness of furniture markets that covers the past decade, with trade balance, imports/consumption and exports/production ratios.

Statistics and outlook data are also available in a country format:

  • Origin of furniture imports
  • Destination of furniture exports
  • Historical series on furniture production
  • Historical series on furniture market size
  • Historical series on furniture trade
  • Country rankings to place all statistics in a broader worldwide context

The 100 country summary tables also include:

  • Total household consumption expenditure
  • Total GNP at purchasing power parity
  • Per capita GNP at purchasing power parity

Key Topics Covered:


1. Summary

  • Basic data of the global furniture market up to 2020
  • World economy and furniture outlook 2021-2022 for 100 countries

2. The world furniture market

  • Overview of furniture production and trade, world geographic regions and trade areas

3. Market shares of the leading furniture exporting countries

  • The main furniture exporting countries and the opening of furniture markets. Historical series.

4. The international scenario

  • The world economy and prospects of the furniture sector up to 2022


1. World Tables

  • Overview of the world furniture industry Production, Exports, Consumption and Imports
  • Furniture exports, 100 countries (alphabetical order and ranking)
  • Furniture imports, 100 countries (alphabetical order and ranking)
  • The opening of the furniture markets: 2011-2019 and 2020 preliminary estimates
  • Growth of exports, 40 major exporting countries
  • Growth of imports, 40 major importing countries
  • World furniture trade. Destination of exports and origin of imports
  • Furniture market outlook 2021-2022 (alphabetical order and ranking by level of furniture consumption)

2. Country Tables for 100 countries

For each country:

  • Furniture production, exports, imports, consumption for the time series 2010-2019 and 2020 preliminary estimates
  • Economic indicators (population, area, total and per capita GNP, household consumption expenditure, data at purchasing power parity)
  • Real growth of furniture consumption: 2021-2022 forecasts
  • Exchange rates
  • Furniture trading partners

Appendix: Methodology, notes, presentation conventions

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/b3uugz

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World Furniture Outlook Report 2021-2022: Prospects for 100 Countries

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