Africa's consumer confidence dropped in February over coronavirus concerns

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Kasi consumer confidence (Kasi CCI) dropped in February over coronavirus concerns and the economic implication of the pandemic in Africa; the index dropped 6 points to +3. Both the sub-index of current economic conditions and of future expectations dropped 4 and 6 points respectively. Cameroon’s consumer sentiment experienced …

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