Christmas food and liquor sales expected to grow

Australians may not have the money for department stores and jewellery this Christmas, but will be instead be turning to food and liquor to get them through the festive season. According to market researcher, IBISWorld, spending on electronic goods, jewellery and department stores will all be down this Christmas when compared...

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