consumer expenditure

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Spending on private consumption. This can be divided into spending on non-durable goods such as food, drink, or tobacco; spending on consumer durables, such as cars and furniture; spending on services, such as travel and entertainment; and spending on housing, either as rent or as the imputed rent enjoyed by owner–occupiers.

Subjects: Economics.

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