ABS figures show overall retail turnover fell in December but Food Retailing, which includes convenience, was the only industry to rise.
Australian Bureau of Statistics
Retail turnover took a sharp dive last month, according to new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). Turnover was down 17.9% in April, making it the strongest seasonally adjusted fall recorded in the ABS’s Retail Trade survey. It had fallen 9.4% when compared to April last year. The record low follows a record
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