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More than three thousand entrepreneurs closed in 2020 in Transbaikalia

More than three thousand entrepreneurs closed in 2020 in Transbaikalia
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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, more than three thousand enterprises were closed during the pandemic. Most often, small and medium-sized companies were closed in the field of trade, transportation, construction, real estate and services.

According to the press service of the ombudsman for the rights of entrepreneurs in the region, the number of economic entities decreased by 3 companies, 346 of which are individual entrepreneurs. This suggests that the business has suffered an acute pandemic and needs additional support.

At the end of 2020, growth was observed only in the field of mining, culture, leisure and sports, and the hotel business. Companies working in the field of communication and information, as well as administrative activities were also able to grow.

As noted by the business ombudsman of the region Victoria Bessonova, the introduced measures to support business were clearly not enough. In addition, steps were taken that were out of touch with reality and the situation on the ground. For example, the requirement for additional labeling of goods. Now many entrepreneurs say that they would like to close the business, which means that this cannot be allowed and new support measures are required.

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