Inflation rates in excess of 7% have seen significant increases in unit prices for retail tissue in 2022, which has been the key driver of value sales growth. The various commercial banks and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand are forecasting that inflation levels are likely to stay above the targeted 2% rate in 2023 before easing off from 2024 onwards.
COVID-19 caused a fundamental shift in the ways in which New Zealanders work, with the lockdown in 2020 proving the merits of flexible working to employers and employees alike. As a consequence of this, most major companies across the country have adopted flexible working, with more people working from home.
Sustainability and the use of environmentally friendly material is expected to become of increasing importance to local consumers over the forecast period. Consumers are increasingly mindful of the impact of their everyday lives on the environment.
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