Asia-Pacific Consumer Confidence Report: Q4 2019 | The Conference Board
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Asia-Pacific Consumer Confidence Report: Q4 2019

February 2020 | China Center Publications

Consumer Confidence Started Buoyantly for Most of Asia Leading into 2020; but Coronavirus Impacts Could Capsize this in the Near-Term. The Conference Board® Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) for Asia-Pacific fell 1 point to 116 during the final quarter of 2019, after previously recording four consecutive quarterly readings of 117.  Consumer confidence across Asia-Pacific remains generally optimistic. But a large number of markets covered (6 of 14) — including Japan, Hong Kong, and China — show some weakening optimism.




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