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About 60% of attraction makers may go bankrupt due to pandemic

About 60% of attraction makers may go bankrupt due to pandemic
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Attraction manufacturers from Russia turned to the Ministry of Industry and Trade with a request to support the industry. Due to coronavirus restrictions, about 60% of enterprises in this field may go bankrupt.

According to TASSA letter from attraction manufacturers was sent to business ombudsman Boris Titov, who, in turn, sent proposals from entrepreneurs to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Now, due to restrictions on visits to parks and the closure of attractions and shopping centers, the demand for attraction equipment has almost disappeared. According to industry representatives, this year, even with the abolition of restrictions, it will not be possible to restore demand.

In fact, more than 40 enterprises, most of which are classified as small and medium-sized businesses, have suspended their activities in this area. As a measure that could support manufacturers, it is proposed to conduct public procurement of attractions worth about one billion rubles in 2020. However, such a measure is usually not used, therefore, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will develop ways to support the industry.

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