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Border closure impacts 85pc businesses

 

Sep 28, 2021 12:01:27 PM

Border closure impacts 85pc businesses A business monitor survey carried out by Pacific Trade Invest shows that the closure of borders has had a negative impact on 85 per cent of businesses in the Pacific region including Fiji

Pacific Trade Invest Australia commissioner Caleb Jarvis said 80 per cent of businesses have reported poor cash inflow due to the closure of border.

Jarvis said at least 72 percent of businesses have reported a decline in revenue while 86 percent of businesses do not know how long the crisis will last long.

“The report indicates that the road to recovery has begun to shorten, with 52 percent of Pacific businesses now expecting a return to pre-coronavirus revenue levels by 2022,” he said.

“This wave also yields the most positive results to date, with the extent and severity of negative coronavirus impacts, impact on revenue, and business survival confidence all improving.

“The toll on mental health amongst business decision-makers has once again decreased since the last wave, with 46 percent reporting a negative impact on their mental health,” he said.

He said 72 per cent of businesses have reported a negative impact of coronavirus on the tourism sector.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

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