Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Is gift-giving important for economy of a country?
Definitely. The thing is that consumer spending drives much of the economy (70 per cent, as far as I know) And a large proportion of annual sales in the retailing industry comes from gifts because all, or almost all, people and companies set aside some money each month for buying gifts. I mean people regularly buy gifts for many occasions throughout the year, including holidays such as Christmas, New Year or Saint Valentine’s Day, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and baby showers. What’s more, many people allocate a GREAT proportion of their budget to gifts as they feel pressured to spend more than they are comfortable with on gifts during the holidays ’cause they think the more expensive the gift, the stronger a gift-recipient’s feelings of appreciation . That people buy gifts so often also means that there are lots of people and companies involved in producing, distributing, and selling the goods that usually serve as gifts. So, yes, I believe that gift-giving does oil the wheels of economy by generating sales and creating jobs.