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If New Jersey businesses were given the green light to open their doors and operate under social distancing guidelines, most owners in the state believe they could follow the rules — but making enough money to survive is another story.

As 101.5 News Radio reported early this week, NJBIA’s survey of its members shows more than 50% of the 1,359 respondents said they would need at least 75% of their typical customer/client base in order to break even in a given month.

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