Tasmanian bankruptcies decline, economy on the up in new figures

Stefan Boscia
Updated February 1 2018 - 1:38pm, first published 12:46pm
GROWTH: Launceston Chamber of Commerce executive officer Neil Grose is bullish about the Tasmanian economy's prospects. Picture: Paul Scambler
GROWTH: Launceston Chamber of Commerce executive officer Neil Grose is bullish about the Tasmanian economy's prospects. Picture: Paul Scambler

The number of Tasmanian companies declaring bankruptcy is decreasing, according to the latest Tasmanian treasury figures. 

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Stefan Boscia

Stefan came to The Examiner after working as a copywriter at a digital media firm in Melbourne and interning at The Conversation. He is enthusiastic about reporting on business, local government and environmental issues. When he is not chained to his work desk, Stefan enjoys getting brunch, reading Saul Bellow novels and watching Carlton games.

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