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Half (53 per cent) of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) called the situation with business in the Russian catastrophe. This writes belongs to Grigory Berezkin the RBC, citing data from the monitoring of the business Ombudsman Boris Titov.
More than half of businesses (62.2%) rated the chances of survival of the company at 50 percent and below. The confidence that will be able to survive the crisis, expressed only 13.4 percent of respondents. The company has listed the main problems of the business, caused by the breakdown of the economy due to measures to contain the coronavirus: the inability to pay wages and taxes on wages, difficulties with rent arrears in the part of the contractors.
Moreover, the representatives of SMEs mainly negatively or rather negatively estimated actions of the Russian authorities to support entrepreneurs. This opinion was expressed by 55 percent of respondents. Positive measures assessed only 6.6 percent, rather positively — 21.2 percent.
Meanwhile, support for small and medium business is a major part of the anti-crisis plan of the Russian government, the cost of which is estimated at 3.1 trillion roubles, or 2.6 percent of GDP. To help SMEs plan to spend 1.9 trillion roubles, but in “real” money will have less than 20 percent of this amount.
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