• In the first fortnight of February 2021, 92% of the enterprises were in production or operation, even if partially.
• 62% of the enterprises recorded a reduction in turnover compared to the same period in the previous year, before the effects of the pandemic.
• Admitting the effective control of the pandemic in 2021, 32% of the enterprises consider that the turnover will return to normal in an average interval of 10.1 months. 10% of the enterprises consider that they will not return to the normal level.
• 67% of the enterprises recorded a turnover, in the 1st fortnight of February, equal to or greater than that recorded during the first lockdown (1st fortnight of April 2020).
• Between 5% and 24% of the respondent enterprises currently benefit from each of the government support measures, of which the vast majority consider them to be very important for their liquidity situation.
• In the current circumstances and in the absence of additional support measures, 68% of the enterprises estimate that they will be able to remain in business for a period of more than six months.
• In the absence of support measures since the beginning of the pandemic, 10% of the enterprises would not be in operation and 25% of the enterprises would have remained in operation with only some probability.
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