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Malaysians will Spend More Despite Recession Fears

Anil Antony, Executive Director of Consumer Insights, Nielsen Malaysia

27-Nov-19 07:45

Malaysians

According to the Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey in collaboration with Nielsen,  three quarters of Malaysians believe we are in a recession. The same respondents are however confident about their personal finances, will spend more and have a positive view on job prospects. Anil Antony of Nielsen helps us bridge this contradiction.


Presented by: Julian Ng, Wong Shou Ning

Tags:  consumer confidencerecessionfinancespendingConsumer Goods/Services

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