* Confidence dips after rising for 3 mths * Leading indicator points to favourable conditions WINDHOEK, May 30 (Reuters) - Business confidence in Namibia slipped in April as the consumption sub-index fell, hit by what looked like a temporary fall in car sales, a survey showed on Monday. The Business Climate Index (BCI), produced by the Institute for Public Policy Research, dropped 3.5 points to 111.1 in April from 114.6 in March, after 3 months of straight gains. The BCI is based on ...
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