Italy has lost 77,000 shops since 2012 – Confcommercio

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 22 – Italy has lost over 77,000 shops
since 2012 and city centres have become “deserts”, retail group
Confcommercio said Monday.
    The fall has been 14%, it said.
    Almost 14,000 street and travelling businesses have also been
lost, a drop of 14.8%, Confcommercio said.
    Retail businesses as a whole have fallen 17.1%, it said, while
accommodations and hospitality firms have dropped by 24.9%.
    The association said it foresaw a further “collapse” in tourism
for this year, due to the COVID emergency. (ANSA).
   

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