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- Economic Growth: Consumer Demand - Outlook. // Bulgaria Country Monitor;Nov2011, p7
The article presents an outlook for the recovery of private consumption in Bulgaria in 2011.
- Ireland. // OECD Observer;Jul2010, Issue 280, p31
The article provides an overview of the economic recovery of Ireland from 2010-2011 to restrain consumption.
- AUSTRIA. // OECD Economic Surveys: Austria;Dec2000, p114
Reports on the economic recovery of Austria in 2000. Private consumption growth; Export growth; Overall wage growth.
- A recovery in Japanese household spending. // Market: Asia Pacific;Oct2004, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p1
Presents information on the recovery of household spending in Japan in 2004. Sectors that have experienced the greatest increase in internal sales; Increase in entertainment spending; Growth in telecommunication spending.
- Revisiting Our Europe Strategy. // Emerging Markets Monitor;7/11/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 15, p1
The article discusses the core themes of the European market strategy and the outlook through year-end. It notes that a strong Germany recovery is seen to pave the way for stronger private consumption and fixed investment growth in 2011. It forecasts that European Central Bank (ECB) will likely...
- We'll have to work for it. // Foundry Management & Technology;Oct2010, Vol. 138 Issue 10, p2
The author reflects on the significant role of consumers for the economic recovery in the U.S. The author quotes the National Bureau of Economic Research that the recession is over, but it would depend on consumer spending. The author notes that consumer spending concept has been used for...
- Customer Satisfaction Fuels the 'Will to Spend'. // MMR;3/8/2010, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p8
The article focuses on the report from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) stating that economic recovery will not come until consumer spending rebounds.
- Consumers alter buying. Otte, John // Wallaces Farmer;Feb2011, Vol. 136 Issue 2, p57
The article reports on the impact of the sluggish consumer spending in the U.S. on its economic recovery in 2011. INSET: Rich live longer.
- Corporate spending will be critical to shock the wounded economy back to life. Turner, Dennis // Estates Gazette;11/3/2012, Issue 1244, p48
In the article, the author discusses the economic developments in Great Britain. He cites the slow recovery of the country's economy, which reflects the unwinding of the financial pressures. He suggests that the country's economy should be rebalanced in order to achieve continuous growth,...