Consumer pulse

In Malaysia, nearly half of respondents to a global survey say they will spend less on luxury items because cost increases are prohibitive.

NEARLY all global consumers surveyed are keen to adopt some type of cost-saving behaviour over the next six months.

Their biggest concern is inflation and the macroeconomic climate. They want to make sure they have money in their pockets and one big area they can do without is spending on non-essential items.

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