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Ban on inspections for small businesses extended for a year

Ban on inspections for small businesses extended for a year
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The moratorium on inspections of small businesses has been extended for a year. Its action will affect about 100 thousand small businesses.

The signing of such a decree was announced by the head of the Russian government, Mikhail Mishustin, at an operational meeting. At the same time, the moratorium does not apply to facilities that pose a potential danger to life, to enterprises of high and extremely high risk, as well as to companies operating on the basis of licenses and facilities where nuclear energy is used.

He recalled that the moratorium on a temporary ban on business inspections of small businesses in Russia has been in effect for several years. So, last year, more than 120 thousand inspections were excluded from the annual plan. In September 2020, the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia proposed to extend the moratorium on business inspections

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