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Affordability and sustainability: Why do people really buy secondhand goods?

In the survey titled The Carousell Recommerce Index 2021, 92 per cent of Filipino respondents said they have bought secondhand items. Image: Flickr/ Brian Evans

Hannah Alcoseba Fernandez

Correspondent, Manila, Correspondent, Manila

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In the survey, 95 per cent of millennials in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong felt that purchasing pre-owned items is more sustainable
In the survey, 95 per cent of millennials in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong felt that purchasing pre-owned items is more sustainable Image: Carousell/Eco Business
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