Croatias consumer climate is deteriorating- GfK survey.

By bne IntelliNews November 14, 2011
Croatia's consumer climate is deteriorating, as the majority of Croats do not expect their life to improve in the next year, HINA news agency reported citing a survey by GfK Croatia. About 37% of the respondents said their financial situation has deteriorated from a year ago, while for 54% of the situation remained unchanged and for only 9% there was an improvement. Some 27% of the households expect their financial situation to deteriorate in the next year, while 16% see an improvement. The survey also showed that 29% of the households could afford to make savings.
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