Consumption up for 22nd consecutive month

Retail trade in June 2016 grew by 2.8% on the year, which is the 22nd month in a row retail trade has increased, but at a slower-than-expected rate, the national statistical office (DSZ) said on Thursday, confirming its preliminary estimate.

The DSZ said that according to working-day adjusted data, retail sales grew 0.6% in nominal terms and 2.8% in real terms from June 2015.

The DSZ released its preliminary assessment on August 3.

Last update: Thu, 11/08/2016 - 17:32


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