Small increase in purchase intentions for mobile phones, drop in TVs, PCs

Monday 18 April 2016 | 15:49 CET | Author: Tim Wijkman | Background
The Dutch economy appears to have recovered from the recession, but consumers are still cautious about large purchases. According to the latest research from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel, mobile phones and smartwatches are the only segment of the consumer electronics market where more purchases may be expected in the coming months. 

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Categories: IT / Mobile & Wireless / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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