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Business in Kamchatka will receive new support measures

Business in Kamchatka will receive new support measures
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Business in Kamchatka will receive support measures in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. The Regional Microfinance Fund will capitalize on 100 million rubles, the money will go to grant loans to entrepreneurs.

As the acting governor, Vladimir Solodov, said at a press conference, the Fund will also provide credit holidays to businessmen who have come to repay loans. Also, Kamchatka will reduce taxes on UTII, zero the rent of state property, entrepreneurs will pay only for utilities.

“With regard to commercial space, we have provided a rental concession for property and are negotiating with large centers so that they proportionally reduce the rent for their tenants for the period of involuntary downtime,” said Vladimir Solodov.

This week, the interim governor intends to meet with representatives of business associations in the region to discuss additional support measures. Until tomorrow, the government of the Kamchatka Territory should prepare a list of industries that can continue to work in self-isolation mode.

In Kamchatka recorded first cases of the disease coronavirus infection. Two locals who traveled outside the region became infected. The region has a self-isolation regime.
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