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Putin instructed Cabinet to support online food delivery services

Putin instructed Cabinet to support online food delivery services
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Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the government to consider supporting and developing online food delivery services. The Cabinet of Ministers must do this before May 15 of this year.

This assignment is in the new the listcompiled following a meeting with representatives of the business community on March 26. Putin suggests providing support to small and medium-sized enterprises through partial subsidizing of the cost of delivery during the period of distribution of the coronavirus.

The government should also support socially oriented NGOs that provide support to citizens in connection with the spread of the coronavirus, and consider the possibility of purchasing certain types of goods, works and services planned for the second half of the year, already in the second quarter. In addition, the president instructed to improve the criteria for classifying enterprises as small and medium-sized businesses and to work out the issue of phased payment of taxes and advance tax payments for small and medium-sized businesses from the sectors most affected by coronavirus.

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