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Higher spending bodes well for Thailand’s retail sector: report

Improvement in economic activity has boosted consumer confidence.

Higher spending bodes well for Thailand’s retail sector: report

Improvement in economic activity has boosted consumer confidence.

Wider economic recovery to drive India’s consumer spending growth

Consumer spending is expected to grow by 7.1% year-on-year in 2023. 

Philippines' retail sector shows signs of improvement: report

Retail sales in the country have been growing at a relatively slow pace.

Consumer spending in China to see ‘steady growth’

Spending is projected to grow by 6.5%YoY in 2023. 

Inflationary pressure slowing retail sales in Vietnam: report

Retail sales growth fell from 36.1% in September to 17.1% in October.

Philippines’ consumer spending to rise 5.5% YoY in 2023

This is slower than the 7.6% YoY forecast this year.

Consumer spending in Vietnam to see ‘solid growth’ in 2023

Spending is expected to increase by 7.3% year-on-year.

Singaporean’s spending to slow down in 2023: report

Real household spending is expected to grow by 2.28%.

Why Japanese brands should expand discounter offerings

The rising cost of living dampened consumers’ purchasing power.

Inflationary pressures to hit Indonesia's retail sector: report

Indonesia is expected to end the year with inflation at 5.5% YoY.

Hong Kong set to regain global luxury shopping centre status: report

The city has eased restrictions for international tourists.

‘Stunted’ disposable income growth to drag HK, China consumer spending

Disposable income in the market is expected to average 3.3% in 2022. 

International borders reopening to boost HK’s luxury market

Hong Kong is home to a large number of global luxury retailers. 

Lower consumer confidence hits South Korea's retail sector

The country’s retail sales dropped for the first time since December 2020.

Why carbon labelling has not yet materialised amongst food, drink firms

Inflation and food security concerns have been the main focus this year.