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Not happy enoughBY BENJAMIN ONG | THURSDAY, 14 SEP 2017 10:35AM
Before you jump and sing hallelujah, the September figure for consumer sentiment is a bounce back from the nine-year low recorded in the previous month and remains below 100.
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