Quote Originally Posted by Rob Skeoch View Post
I'm sure this just involves the North American dealers who purchase through the Ilford distributor here.
I imagine it will go up more for those who don't; the 35% decline in the dollar since Geo W. came to power has wrought havoc with many goods priced in hard currency*, though today the dollar was around $1.92 to the sterling, rather than being on the far side of $1.95. Ilford (like most companies) tries to 'eat' as much currency devaluation as it can, but the continuing weakness of the dollar is a problem.

*The usual suspects will accuse me of America-bashing, but in fact I am referring principally to the Renminbini Yuan here.

Cheers,

R.