India’ CCI registered at 38 in January.

By bne IntelliNews February 11, 2013
India's consumer confidence index (CCI) declined 1.8 points recording 38 in January this year, indicating no effect of the proposed economic reforms by government. As reported by Press Trust of India, the BluFin CEO Rashid Bilimoria stated that the trend in the CCI suggests a pressing need to encourage confidence among consumers, by implementing policy reforms targeted to promote economic growth. The country's employment sentiment declined 0.5 points recording 43.9 points during the period, indicating higher negativity about employment in the country.
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