Photo: Anatoly Zhdanov / Kommersant
Business activity in Moscow has returned to “dacoromania” level. This was reported on the website of the mayor and government capital.
Now the turnover of trade and service enterprises in Moscow is 98 percent of the activity level prior to the imposition of restrictions, said Deputy Moscow mayor for economic policy and property and land relations Vladimir Yefimov. “The attendance of the shopping facilities last week rose more than two times,” — he said.
Return to pre-crisis levels has contributed to measures of business support and the gradual removal of restrictions. Including rent holidays and deferment, tax breaks, subsidies and stabilization loans.
Significant growth was seen in sectors of the economy most affected by the pandemic. “Over the last week average daily turnover in the areas of culture, leisure and sport grew by 26.9 percent,” — said in turn the head of the Department of economic policy and development Kirill Purtov. Rose and wholesale. In particular, due to online technologies.
Since June 9, mode of isolation, throughput and scheduling trips to Moscow cancelled. From June 16, resumed the work of the summer terraces of cafes and restaurants and dentistry, opened museums, libraries, exhibition halls and zoos. From 23 June, the authorities intend to lift the restrictions on the use of elements of public infrastructure, as well as the work of kindergartens and sports centers. The mayor said the city must abide by the mode of self-preservation.
Just to support the business in the capital allocated 85 billion rubles.
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