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The Wood Merchants of Ebute-Metta: The business of wood (Part 5)

By Guardian Exclusive
23 July 2017   |   6:36 am
Do you really understand why a piece of furniture costs what it costs? In this episode of the Wood Merchant series, we follow the money and break down the costs of what it takes to get a piece of furniture out of wood.

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