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Sharp rise seen in VN consumer confidence

Update: March, 09/2015 - 08:00

Consumer confidence rose sharply in February to 142.3 from a month earlier, an ANZ report says. — Photo bizlive

HCM CITY (VNS) — Consumer confidence rose sharply in February to 142.3 from a month earlier, an ANZ report says.

In terms of personal finances, 38 per cent of Vietnamese – up 5 percentage points – said their families were "better off" financially than a year ago compared to 21 per cent (unchanged) who said theirs were "worse off."

Fifty eight per cent of respondents expected their families to be better off this time next year, compared to 7 per cent (up 1ppt) who expected to be worse off.

Over the next 12 months 58 per cent (up 8ppts) said their country would have "good times" financially while 13 per cent (down 1ppt) expected "bad times." — VNS

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