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To renew the moratorium on bankruptcy to ask the business ombudsman of Primorye

To renew the moratorium on bankruptcy to ask the business ombudsman of Primorye
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In the Primorsky Territory, the business ombudsman is asking for the return of the bankruptcy moratorium for companies affected by the pandemic. The Commissioner for the Rights of Entrepreneurs Marina Shemilina asks to restore such a measure from January 7, 2021 and for a year or two after the pandemic.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of Shemilina, she turned to the State Duma deputies from Primorye with such a request. The moratorium itself implies a ban on the initiation of bankruptcy proceedings against entrepreneurs from the affected industries.

According to Shemilina, due to restrictions in 2020 and now, the threat of closure remains for entrepreneurs who cannot fulfill the requirements of creditors. At the same time, she noted that in Primorye the restrictions were the longest in the Far East. State support helped in part, but all these measures have ended and a dark streak may come for business.

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