LONDON, April 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- South Africa's economic climate remained rife with challenges, ranging from the labour market, exchange rate volatility and poor export performance to rising costs of living. In an effort to curtail the impact of currency depreciation and maintain price stability, the country witnessed two interest rate hikes in 2015. Households faced increasing constraints on disposable incomes with the majority of South Africans facing high debt-to-income ratios and struggling to meet everyday expenses.
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Product coverage: Away-from-Home Tissue and Hygiene, Retail Tissue and Hygiene, Total Tissue and Hygiene.
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