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Ba Chamber of Commerce confirms they have not seen any major closure of businesses as they did not heavily rely on tourism

Ba Chamber of Commerce confirms they have not seen any major closure of businesses as they did not heavily rely on tourism

By Iva Danford
Saturday 12/09/2020
Ba CBD. [image: File]

The Ba Chamber of Commerce has confirmed that they have not seen any major closure of businesses in Ba because they did not heavily rely on tourism.

This has been highlighted by the Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce Anil Amin who says that businesses in Ba are still operating but with a lot of struggles and workers are also working on reduced hours.

He says if this continues, businesses will close down in Ba.

Amin says people have also opted into farming for additional income.

Amin says small businesses are still operating in a smaller capacity.

He also says they had a meeting with the Ba Town Council to see the changes that can be made to uplift Ba Town.

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