UK consumers cutting back less and largely unaffected by VAT increase
UK consumers cut back less on non-essential purchases during 2009 than they did in 2008; and the VAT increase has so far made little difference to the majoritys spending behaviour, according to new research from leading agency GfK NOP.
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