Retail sales have collapsed in the Iblea area: it is a black crisis – Ragusa

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The lockdown effect on consumption translates into a drop in retail sales in April: according to Istat data, on an annual basis, the drop was 26.3% in value and 28.1% in volume while on a monthly basis compared in March sales fell by 10.5% in value and 11.4% in volume. This is what the provincial president Confcommercio Ragusa Gianluca Manenti reports, going into more detail on what happened also in the Iblea area. “It is the sales – non-food goods – that weigh, especially Manenti, while e-commerce accelerates. In April, Istat reported a cyclical decrease in sales of non-food goods (-24.0%) due to the closure of many businesses for the entire month due to the health emergency covid 19. In contrast, on an annual basis, sales in the food sector grow both in large retailers (+ 6.9%) and in businesses operating on small surfaces (+ 11.2%), while sales of non-food goods decrease substantially (respectively -62.2 % and -51.5%). In some sectors, however, the decreases are impressive: for example for footwear, leather and travel items, there is talk of -90.6%, for furniture, textiles and furnishings of -83.6%, as well as for Clothing and fur (-83.4%) and Games, toys, sports and camping (-82.5%). In large retailers, the gap between specialized stores (-76.8%), most affected by the closure imposed by isolation measures, and non-specialized stores (-1.5%), which have remained largely open, grows. This is why we have been saying for weeks that adequate liquidity injections are needed for companies in the sector in question. Otherwise it will never come out. And many of these realities will be forced to close their doors permanently. With all that this may entail on the front of the impoverishment of the social fabric of our reality “.



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