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Almost half of enterprises in Russia cannot receive state support

Almost half of enterprises in Russia cannot receive state support
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Almost 50% of small and medium enterprises in Russia cannot receive state support. This conclusion was reached by experts of the Chamber of Commerce after a survey. It was attended by 24 thousand entrepreneurs from all over the country.

As the TASS, 46% of respondents in the current conditions were forced to stop their activities. They do not have technical specifications for organizing work remotely. At the same time, 41% are trying to keep their jobs and pay salaries to their employees. 48% do it on their own, since they do not belong to the category of victims and cannot count on state support.

The best solution for businessmen is the announcement of the emergency regime throughout the country and the recognition of all sectors of the economy as victims of a pandemic. Direct and free financial assistance from the state is needed.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced new measures business support in a pandemic. From the federal budget funds will be allocated for salaries to employees of enterprises if they can save 90% of jobs.

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