Two-fifths of consumers are more mindful of where they spend money

An overview of changes to consumer shopping habits across 10 major countries.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has encouraged two-fifths (40%) of consumers to be more mindful of where they spend money, according to data from McKinsey & Company.

Consumers in India (61%) and South Korea (50%) are most likely to be more mindful of where they spend money, with at least half of respondents reporting this. Spain (44%) and the UK (44%) follow while it proves less common in China (32%), Japan (29%)

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