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The expert announced the upcoming mass reductions due to downtime of the shopping center

The expert announced the upcoming mass reductions due to downtime of the shopping center
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Due to the declared non-working month and the downtime of shopping centers, millions of people across Russia may lose their jobs. Such a forecast was made by the president of the Russian Union of Shopping Centers (RSTC) Bulat Shakirov.

In total, according to preliminary estimates by the expert, about ten million Russians may lose their jobs after the outlets are out of business before April 30. At the same time, Bulat Shakirov will specify TASS, no real business support measures have yet been taken.

The RSTC also counted about two thousand shopping centers and stated that the losses amounted to about 50 million rubles a day. As companies run out of their financial cushions, cuts will occur in a week or two.

Retailers and shopping centers have already appealed to the Russian government with a request to recognize this area of ​​business affected by coronavirus. However, so far no support measures have been taken against entrepreneurs in this segment.


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