Australia: Executives Optimistic for 2011

January 11th, 2011
in News, Background

International Business Times:  Australian executives are positive on the economic outlook for 2011, despite weakness in consumer spending, according to a business expectations survey by Dunn & Bradstreet.

Follow up:

The survey of 1,200 businesses shows near-record expectations for most sectors, while retailers have reported some of their most difficult circumstances in years.

According to the report, companies exposed to the emerging economies in Asia were keeping the economy going full steam ahead, as retailers struggle to get consumers to spend.  Read more at IB Times.....









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