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London, 30.03.2020

Durable goods market up 41.9 percent in Great Britain

Data for week ending 21 March 2020

Purchases of durable goods in Britain has increased 41.9% in week 12, compared to  last year, with massive growth in items such as chest freezers, IT monitors, mobile computing, hair clippers and media tablets.  Online share of total sales now accounts for almost 50% of the market.

Download our infographic for the GB durables market - week ending 21 March 2020 

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