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Entrepreneurs of the Amur region asked for help because of the pandemic

Entrepreneurs of the Amur region asked for help because of the pandemic
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In the Amur Region, entrepreneurs turned to the governor of the region with a proposal to help the victims of the lockdown, the introduction of a system of QR codes to industries. The public manifesto was signed by the Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs Boris Beloborodov and the heads of the regional divisions of four federal business associations.

As EastRussia was told in the press service of the authorized person, in their appeal they ask, regardless of federal support, to develop their own, regional support measures. Moreover, the new system must be fair and transparent. Particular attention should be paid, in their opinion, to those companies that should start using the code system or even close for a lockdown.

They propose to exempt those entrepreneurs whose activities are suspended by 100% from property tax and 50% from land tax on land plots used in entrepreneurial activities.

Similar support measures are offered for utility bills for patent workers. With regard to state property - to reduce the rent. They also ask to suspend rent payments for the placement of non-stationary or non-capital trade objects.

The entrepreneurs also asked for an allowance in the amount of two minimum wages per month for each employee at an enterprise whose activities are suspended. As the business ombudsman of the Amur Region Boris Beloborodov noted, in the fight against the pandemic, entrepreneurship, which supports their families and the families of employees, cannot be lost.

 

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