In March, GKI’s economic sentiment index approached its highest level since the start of the pandemic measured in January

After a modest decline in February, GKI’s economic sentiment index rose to a lesser ex-tent in March. However, it approached its otherwise fairly low top level since the start of the pandemic measured in January. According to a survey conducted by GKI Economic Research Co. with the support of the EU, expectations of all sectors examined and con-sumers, with the exception of services, improved slightly. At the same time, the econom-ic sentiment index did not offset even 60 per cent of its fall in April last year by March this year.

 

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