Consumption confidence likely to continue rebounding in 2013.

By bne IntelliNews February 5, 2013
China's consumption confidence is likely to continue rebounding this year, along with the economy regaining its growth momentum. As reported by Xinhua China Money, the revival in real estate as well as auto industries is expected to continue driving up the consumption in related industry chains. The country's urbanization move was projected to stimulate huge domestic demand and regional retailers in central and western cities would gain from the move.

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