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7 billion rubles will be allocated for preferential car loans

7 billion rubles will be allocated for preferential car loans
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Vladimir Putin proposed supporting the “Family Car” and “First Car” programs of preferential car loans, additionally spending seven billion rubles on them this year. According to the president, this will increase their accessibility among citizens and maintain the demand for cars in times of crisis.

Also at a meeting on the development of the automotive industry, Putin proposed expanding programs for preferential leasing of trucks, commercial vehicles, which are in demand among small and medium-sized businesses and in rural areas. Six billion rubles will be allocated to support the programs “Preferential car leasing”, “Russian tractor”, “Own business”. Support for leasing will also receive car-sharing companies.

To support the auto industry and increase the availability of medical care, the government will allocate five billion rubles. The money will go to purchase reanimobiles for the regions.

According to the president, in the first weeks of April, sales of individual automakers almost stopped, this is fraught with a reduction in jobs and lower salaries. Putin noted that about 300 thousand people are employed in the Russian automobile industry, and thousands of enterprises across the country are “tied” to car factories. He instructed to ensure the stable operation of the automotive industry with strict adherence to all sanitary, preventive measures.

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