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Russia has proposed the creation of a voluntary registry is closing as a result of the pandemic of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are ready to return to business after the crisis. This initiative was made by all-Russian public organization of small and medium entrepreneurship “OPORA Russia”, said June 11 TASS its first Vice-President Azat Gazizov.
According to him, the proposal was discussed on June 10 in the meeting to finalize the national plan to rebuild the economy with Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Andrei Belousov, Minister of economic development Maxim Reshetnikov, which was attended by “OPORA Russia” and Trading-industrial chamber (TPP).
“We expect that a large number of small and medium businesses will be closed. Therefore, we proposed, by analogy with the reserve officers of the Ministry of defence to make a voluntary registry “business stock”. According to our data, 80 percent of them are willing to work hard to return to the business”, — said Gazizov.
He added that this decision correlates with the objectives of the national project “Small and medium entrepreneurship and support of individual business initiative”. Vice-President “Support of Russia” has explained that it will be necessary to return to entrepreneurship of those who did business before and has relevant experience.
Support for entrepreneurs is provided by the national project “Small and medium entrepreneurship”, which is implemented in Russia at the initiative of President Vladimir Putin. It involves the increase in the number of employees in small and medium enterprises, including individual entrepreneurs, to 25 million people by the end of 2024, increasing the share of SMEs in GDP to 32 per cent and the share of exports of SMEs — up to 10 percent of the total by 2024. Only the implementation of the project it is planned to allocate more than 481 billion.
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