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Far North SMEs should receive increased subsidies

Far North SMEs should receive increased subsidies
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Small and medium enterprises of the Far North and territories equated to it should receive subsidies taking into account regional coefficients. This proposal was made by the State Duma deputy from Yakutia Galina Danchikova.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, the proposal concerns new measures to support entrepreneurship during the coronavirus pandemic proposed by the head of state. SMEs from the most affected sectors of the economy are entitled to a minimum wage subsidy of 12130 rubles.

Subsidies in the Far North were provided without paying the regional coefficient, while all benefits are paid from the federal budget with the calculation of the northern coefficient. The head of the Ministry of Economic Development Maxim Reshetnikov took into account the proposal and promised to consider it in the near future.

In Yakutia, a regional coefficient from 1,5 to 2 is applied to the employees' salaries, depending on the territories where the enterprise is located.

Earlier, the governor of Chukotka, Roman Kopin, proposed to the Russian government increase the amount of subsidies for business in the Far North. We are talking about subsidies to small and medium-sized enterprises from the most affected sectors of the economy.

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