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March Card Spending Rebounds Despite COVID

Published: Tue 13 Apr 2021 10:48 AM
There was a lift in retail card spending in March following a fall in the lockdown-disrupted February month, Stats NZ said today.
Seasonally adjusted retail card spending rose by $53 million (0.9 percent), compared with February 2021.Visit our website to read this news story, information release, and to download CSV files:March card spending rebounds despite COVIDElectronic card transactions: March 2021CSV files for download

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