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Change in the frequency of buying British-made products worldwide 2017, by country

Are you buying more or fewer British-made products today than you were five years ago?

Change in the frequency of buying British-made products worldwide 2017, by country This statistic shows the results of 2017 survey in which respondents in selected countries worldwide were asked whether they are buying more of fewer British-made products today than they were five years ago. Among respondents, those in the emerging markets, such as India, China and the United Arab Emirates, are more likely to state that they are buying more products with 'Made in Britain' labels than those in developed nations, such as Germany, France and the United States of America. Respondents in South Africa and the United States of America were most likely to be buying less British made products, with shares of 19 percent.
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This statistic shows the results of 2017 survey in which respondents in selected countries worldwide were asked whether they are buying more of fewer British-made products today than they were five years ago. Among respondents, those in the emerging markets, such as India, China and the United Arab Emirates, are more likely to state that they are buying more products with 'Made in Britain' labels than those in developed nations, such as Germany, France and the United States of America. Respondents in South Africa and the United States of America were most likely to be buying less British made products, with shares of 19 percent.
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Release date
February 2018
Region
United Kingdom (Great Britain)
Survey time period
November 30, 2017 to December 8, 2017
Number of respondents
8,060*
Method of interview
Online interview
Supplementary notes
* The source does not give a breakdown of the number of respondents per country.
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