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The government announced measures to support business on non-working days

The government announced measures to support business on non-working days
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At a meeting with the president and members of the government, they announced measures to support small and medium-sized businesses during the non-working days announced by the head of state from October 30 to November 7. According to First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov, entrepreneurs will lose four billion rubles a day in total.

As the TASSBelousov said that starting November 15, small and medium-sized enterprises in industry constraints could begin to pay grants in the amount of one minimum wage per employee, which will cover about half of the lost revenue.

It was also proposed to resume preferential business lending at 3% per annum, which was introduced from March to July. The provision of loans will depend on maintaining the number of employees.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced in Russia days off from October 30 to November 7. He supported yesterday's proposal of Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova. Wages for Russians on non-working days will remain.

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