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Cross-border shopping changes made due to the falling dollar in Canada 2016, by age

Cross-border shopping changes made by Canadian consumers in response to the falling value of the local dollar as of January 2016, by age group

Cross-border shopping changes made due to the falling dollar in Canada 2016, by age This statistic shows the changes to cross-border shopping made by consumers in response to the falling value of the dollar in Canada as of January 2016, by age group. During the survey, 46 percent of Canadian respondents aged 35 to 54 years said they would cut out cross-border shopping entirely, while 21 percent said the falling Canadian dollar would not impact their plans.
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Cross-border shopping changes made by Canadian consumers in response to the falling value of the local dollar as of January 2016, by age group

Will cut it out entirelyWill cut it back substantiallyWill cut it back a littleIt won't impact my plansUnsure or can't say
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Will cut it out entirelyWill cut it back substantiallyWill cut it back a littleIt won't impact my plansUnsure or can't say
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This statistic shows the changes to cross-border shopping made by consumers in response to the falling value of the dollar in Canada as of January 2016, by age group. During the survey, 46 percent of Canadian respondents aged 35 to 54 years said they would cut out cross-border shopping entirely, while 21 percent said the falling Canadian dollar would not impact their plans.
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