Aquis says business back to pre-shutdown levels

Aquis Entertainment has reported a wider loss for the half year ending June 30th, but said business has returned to pre-shutdown levels despite restrictions in place and therefore it’s moving ahead with its medium-term strategy.

Aquis says business back to pre-shutdown levels (company filing)

 

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