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Mumbaikar are discreet spenders, while Delhiites believe in splurging

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Mumbaikar are discreet spenders, while Delhiites believe in splurging

A Synovate research study on spending and consumption patterns in Delhi and Mumbai finds that Mumbaikars are frugal spenders; they spend more on TVs and business travel. In contrast, Delhi spends more on personal grooming, high-end cars, personal travel; Delhiites love to splurge.


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