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Last year, R&G Furniture reported revenues of $142 million, which made it the third largest manufacturer of office furniture in Canada. Due to a weak economy and innovative and cost-efficient competitors, R&G Furniture's revenues and market share are shrinking year over year. R&G Furniture is known throughout the industry for its high-quality furniture and customized designs; however, its product costs and lead time are much higher than the industry average.
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