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  •   Home > News > Business

    Some signs business resilience is teetering

    Some signs business resilience is teetering


    Dot Loves Data measured business closures from September to November last year and compared that with the 2019 period.

    Government director Justin Lester says they found 127 per cent more closures took place.

    He says people are struggling, but fighting, they want to keep their businesses solvent so liquidation is still relatively slow - but we're seeing the first signs of some wobbles.

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