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The Russian government has allocated 23 billion rubles for support of business entities of the sectors affected by the spread of the coronavirus. On Monday, June 22, said Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at the meeting with his deputies, reports TASS.
“The government continues to support the organization of small and medium businesses of the most affected industries, who have kept not less than 90 percent of workers, subsidies for them, we already sent from the reserve Fund of the government of more than 81 billion rubles, today select more than 23 billion rubles,” — said Mishustin.
Businesses in Russia are all sorts of support measures in a pandemic coronavirus. In addition, banks have begun to give the companies interest-free loans for staff salaries, but also gave the SMEs the opportunity to issue credit vacation. In addition, the country canceled more than 200 thousand of routine inspections of business in 2020 and unscheduled inspections must be agreed with the Prosecutor’s office.
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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