Business liquidations down again, does this decline signal a more robust economic landscape?

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GUEST - Tiaan Herbst - The Southern African Advisory Company

New data from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) for August 2023 confirms the encouraging trend we have seen in business liquidations, which have fallen compared to last year. This prompts us to revisit our prior question: Does this decline signal a more robust economic landscape, or should we interpret it with caution?
26 Sep 5PM English South Africa Business News · Investing

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