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Avg. sales of small businesses in S. Korea up 10.4% on-year during 1st week of 'Living with COVID-19' Updated: 2021-11-15 18:05:09 KST

Sales by small businesses in South Korea appear to have recovered to the level before the pandemic.
From November first to seventh, the first week under government's 'Living with COVID-19' scheme, average sales increased by more than 10 percent compared to the same period last year.
Sales were even four percent higher than the same period in 2019 before the pandemic.
The Korea Credit Data, a research institution which studies credit card records of small businesses, released the data on Monday.
But it said the restaurant sector has not recovered yet, with average sales down by around three percent compared to 2019, and buffets were down by more than 30 percent.

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