Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/03/2014 -- South Africa has been through tough economic conditions, which have resulted in difficult financial times for consumers. During the pre-recession period the markets were performing well and the economy was growing. Spending was high and consumers could afford to spend lavishly with the additional comfort of debt facilities, which were widely available. After the recession, consumers felt the effects and many changed their spending patterns to avoid luxurious spending in order to cut down on expenditure. Consumers have had to turn to savings and investments as a better option rather than frivolous spending, which usually results in high debt levels.
In 2010, South Africa became a part of BRICs, a powerful bloc of emerging economies expected to account for as much as 61% of global growth in a few years' time. Development and growth of the economy is imminent during the forecast period and beyond. Consumers, however, are expected to continue in their efforts to control their spending patterns and remain on a savings and investment trend. Demand for lower prices will continue to be a driving factor in purchasing decisions.
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