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South Australian business survey indicates resilience in December 2020 | The Murray Valley Standard



Collectively, South Australian business remains resilient despite pre-Christmas losses, is the key message to come from an independent business survey released today.

The Business SA-William Buck Survey of Business Expectations highlights business confidence climbing 13 points to 108.3 points for the December 2020 quarter.

While the survey does not provide breakdown figures for regions, the latest points equate to the state’s quarter index sitting 20 per cent above the 10-year average.

Pleasingly, business conditions also lifted from 20.5 points to 105.3 for the December period to reach another two-year high, despite the three-day COVID lockdown in November.

Business SA CEO Martin Haese said confidence in the state continues to build…

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