Two-thirds of British companies are “fully operational” after Corona


A survey reported that two-thirds of British companies say they have become “fully operational” after the massive shutdown imposed by the Corona virus.

The survey indicated that “another 21 percent of companies, whose opinions were polled in the first half of July, the Confederation of British Industries, are operating partly in light of the continued closure of some headquarters.”

“In light of the gradual reopening of companies, this month’s data appears to be a turning point for the economy,” said Albish Balega, economist at Etihad, one of the largest groups representing corporate interests in Britain.

But he added that several companies, especially in the sectors of direct dealing with consumers, are still experiencing a “severe financial crisis”.


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