Retail sales slowly dropping

By Staff Writer

Retail sales drop over two months  
By Mariam Isa
From Businessday.co.za

RETAIL sales fell for the second month in a row in April, defying forecasts for a rebound and adding to evidence that consumer demand, the economy's main growth engine, has slowed sharply in response to rising interest rates.

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