Weakness in economic conditions leads a stagnation of consumer sentiment in Africa.


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June 28th, 2021-

  • Consumer confidence in Africa was stationary in May after rising last month. The inertia of the global CCI is attributed to the divergence in the movement of the index of future expectations and the index of current economic conditions where the …

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