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Global Consumer Confidence for the Asia-Pacific Region Q2 2021


July 2021 | Publication

Consumer confidence for Asia-Pacific declined slightly in the second quarter of 2021, according to The Conference Board® Global Consumer Confidence Survey, largely driven by India and Taiwan, which both saw big declines across all three drivers of confidence: jobs, financial prospects and spending intentions. Both markets experienced a significant surge in COVID-19 infection rates in Q2.


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Amy Huang

Economist, China Center for Economics and Business
The Conference Board

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Anke Schrader

Research Director, the China Center for Economics and Business
The Conference Board


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