Survey: Household consumer-item shopping habits little changed
Households in Hungary spent an average of HUF 2,498 (some €8.13) during trips to the store to purchase daily consumer items in 2013, slightly up from HUF 2,469 in 2012, market research company GfK Hungária reported to national news agency MTI on Wednesday, citing a company survey.
GfK said that households in Hungary went to the store to purchase daily consumer items an average of 282 times in 2013, down from an average of 285 times in 2012.
The company noted that households used cards to make 27% of their purchases of daily consumer items in 2013, up from 25% in 2012.
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