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The turnover index in retail trade up to November 2019 also showed a rise of 4.1 percent YoY, while the European Commission’s economic sentiment indicator also showed that as of December 2019, retail trade dropped by 3 points month-on-month to 22 points, and showed a rise of 3.6 points year-on-year.
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