Global retail sales growth will slow in 2020 as the sector grapples with the continued effects of the US-China trade war and increased online competition, a report released on Wednesday said.Sales growth by volume will decelerate to 2.2 per cent next year, compared with 2.5 per cent in 2019, The Economist Intelligence Unit said. However, growth will accelerate in US dollar terms, rising by 4.8 per cent to reach US$20.2 trillion.“It’s a mixed picture for retailing in 2020. Although there will be…



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