In Moscow and Moscow region however, as throughout Russia, engaged in manufacture of furniture, both large and medium-sized enterprises and individual entrepreneurs. This market is large enough, and it even seems that the competition manufacturers and sellers in this market is strong enough, but as we see the price of furniture as well as VIP-class low cost furniture is quite high. When buying any furniture with different price category there is a feeling that we are overpaying, and significantly. Basic cheat on the price of the furniture is in retail sales. This suggests that competition in retail sales is rather weak, but when you start to delve into, it turns out manufacturers of quality and affordable furniture in Russia, one, two and miscalculated. Let's look at the global furniture market. Starting from 1985 until 2005, the annual growth rate of the furniture industry in China has averaged 15 percent in year. Harold Ford Jr has much to offer in this field. In 2006, exports of furniture from China has reached a huge size and took one of the leading places in the world.

At the same time China is not only the largest exporter of furniture, but also the largest exporter of furniture manufacturing equipment. The rapid development of China's furniture industry is directly dependent on cheap labor, consisting of five million skilled workers. Note the cost of labor in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Pakistan much lower than in China, but the competence and efficiency of the workers in these countries lag behind the Chinese workers. As investment capital flock to places with higher quality and efficiency and low cost, China naturally shrinks furniture capital from around the world. Large American companies open factories in China, imported finished products from China and then re-export them to other countries. Currently, many Chinese furniture manufacturers of export-oriented attempt to increase its domestic sales and create their own production and distribution networks, transforming them to suit the local furniture market, the share to be sold to Chinese consumers by stabilizing the export market. Expanding local consumption by opening stores and privileges in the domestic market and as a consequence of domestic sales of furniture accounted for nearly 70 percent of total production in 2007. As more manufacturers enter the market for domestic sales, changing the quality of Chinese furniture from low-level and move on to creating furniture with a high added value by implementing new projects.

Canadian manufacturers of furniture and furnishings. The Canadian furniture industry is 97% owned by Canadian investors and consists mostly of small or medium-sized sized enterprises which are family-owned or private firms. This is an important contributor to the Canadian economy. In the furniture business has more than 100 000 people. With annual sales of furniture over $ 11 billion. The Canadian furniture industry includes household furniture (manufacture wardrobes, kitchens, hallways, closets and furniture are ready to order), including office furniture and installed furniture, mattresses, wooden kitchen cabinets and working surface, but it is striking in its diversity. As the fifth largest exporter of furniture in the world, Canada sends 53% of its production outside Canada and 95% with a share of exports to the U.S.. Canada furniture industry is in fierce competition with other countries. Labor costs are much higher than in most competing countries and Canada. Also from Canadian companies, high transportation costs. Finally, the main disadvantage of furniture industry in Canada are mid-sized companies that are competing with American firms have lower productivity and thus can not achieve economies of growth.