Consumer mood at 6-month low

Consumer mood at 6-month low

Consumer confidence dropped for a third straight month in March, hitting a six-month low, the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce said on Friday.

The consumer index of fell to 42.0 in March from 43.3 the previous month. 

Its survey attributed the fall to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak, higher living costs and the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war. 

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